Developing Ontologies for Adaptive Collaboration in a Dynamic Environment

While developing new knowledge-based systems, it is usual to construct or model new knowledge-based systems. Current approaches to knowledge modelling tend to focus on the subsystem, with domain knowledge being highly dependent on the job at hand. However, task-independent knowledge bases (or “ontologies”) have recently been emphasised in a number of approaches for large-scale integration. This article examines three techniques to ontology creation and uses one of them to develop an ontology for adaptive collaboration in a dynamic knowledge-sharing environment. Ontologies are mutually agreed-upon representations of a discourse domain and their backbones.

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Dr. Adepeju A. Adigun
Department of Information and Communication Technology, College of Science, Engineering and Technology, Osun State University, Osogbo, Nigeria.

Michael O. Kolawole
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering School of Engineering and Engineering Technology Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.

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