196905

Springer, Dordrecht

2018

265 pages

ISBN 978-3-662-55432-6

Semantic applications

methodology, technology, corporate use

Edited by

Thomas Hoppe, Bernhard Humm , Anatol Reibold

This book describes methodologies for developing semantic applications. Semantic applications are software applications which explicitly or implicitly use the semantics, i.e. the meaning of a domain terminology, in order to improve usability, correctness, and completeness. An example is semantic search, where synonyms and related terms are used for enriching the results of a simple text-based search. Ontologies, thesauri or controlled vocabularies are the centerpiece of semantic applications. 

The book includes technological and architectural best practices for corporate use. The authors areexperts from industry and academia with experience in developing semantic applications. 

The Editors 

Thomas Hoppe works as Data Scientist and Knowledge Engineer. He is lecturer at the Computer Science Department of the Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin – University of Applied Sciences, Germany. In 2008 he founded, together with three associates, Ontonym GmbH. Furthermore, in 2014 he founded Datenlabor Berlin. 

Bernhard Humm is a professor at the Computer Science Department of Hochschule Darmstadt – University of Applied Sciences, Germany. He coordinates the Ph.D. programme and is the managing director of the institute of applied informatics, Darmstadt (aiDa). He is running several national and international research projects in co-operation with industry and research organizations. 

Anatol Reibold studied mathematics and mechanical engineering at the University of Novosibirsk. Currently he works as a supply chain analyst and business mathematician at Raiffeisen Waren-Zentrale Rhein-Main eG. He is also one of the co-founders of OntoPort and their chief data scientist.

Publication details

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Hoppe, T. , Humm, B. , Reibold, A. (eds) (2018). Semantic applications: methodology, technology, corporate use, Springer, Dordrecht.

Introduction to semantic applications

Bartussek Wolfram; Bense Hermann; Hoppe Thomas; Humm Bernhard

1-12

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Compliance using metadata

Wenning Rigo; Kirrane Sabrina

31-45

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Variety management for big data

Mayer Wolfgang; Grossmann Georg; Selway Matt; Stanek Jan; Stumptner Markus

47-62

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Text mining in economics

Siegel Melanie

63-73

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Generating natural language texts

Bense Hermann; Schade Ulrich; Dembach Michael

75-86

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Ontology-based modelling of web content

Uciteli Alexandr; Beger Christoph; Rillich Katja; Meineke Frank A.; Loeffler Markus; Herre Heinrich

111-123

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Personalised clinical decision support for cancer care

Humm Bernhard; Walsh Paul

125-143

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Context-aware documentation in the smart factory

Beez Ulrich; Kaupp Lukas; Deuschel Tilman; Humm Bernhard

163-180

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Knowledge-based production planning for industry 4.0

Gernhardt Benjamin; Vogel Tobias; Hemmje Matthias

181-202

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Automated rights clearance using semantic web technologies

Pellegrini Tassilo; Mireles Victor; Steyskal Simon; Panasiuk Oleksandra; Fensel Anna; Kirrane Sabrina

203-218

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Managing cultural assets

Diwisch Kerstin; Engel Felix; Watkins Jason; Hemmje Matthias

219-230

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The semantic process filter bubble

Fillies Christian; Weichhardt Frauke; Strauß Henrik

231-241

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