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A question answering system on domain specific knowledge with semantic web support
Borut Gorenjak, Marko Ferme, Milan Ojsteršek, 2011, original scientific article

Abstract: In today's world the majority of information is accessible via the World Wide Web. A common way to access this information is through information retrieval applications like web search engines. We already know that web search engines flood their users with enormous amount of data from which they cannot figure out the essential and most important information. These disadvantages can be reduced with question answering systems. The basic idea of question answering systems is to be able to provide answers to a specific question written in natural language. The main goal of question answering systems is to find a specific answer. This paper presents an architecture of our ontology-driven system that uses semantic description of the processes, databases and web services for question answering system in the Slovenian language.
Keywords: ontology, natural language processing, question answering system, semantic web, web ontology language
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1691; Downloads: 26
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Ontology driven development of domain-specific languages
Ines Čeh, Matej Črepinšek, Tomaž Kosar, Marjan Mernik, 2011, original scientific article

Abstract: Domain-specific languages (DSLs) are computer (programming, modeling, specification) languages devoted to solving problems in a specific domain. Thedevelopment of a DSL includes the following phases: decision, analysis, design, implementation, testing, deployment, and maintenance. The least-known and least examined are analysis and design. Although various formal methodologies exist, domain analysis is still done informally most of the time. A common reason why formal methodologies are not used as often as they could be is that they are very demanding. Instead of developing a new, less complex methodology, we propose that domain analysis could be replaced with a previously existing analysis in another form. A particularly suitable form is the use of ontologies. This paper focuses on ontology-based domain analysis and how it can be incorporated into the DSL design phase. We will present the preliminary results of the Ontology2DSL framework, which can be used to help transform ontology to a DSL grammar incorporating concepts from a domain.
Keywords: domain specific language, domain analysis, ontology
Published: 06.07.2017; Views: 554; Downloads: 348
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