By Tharam S. Dillon, Elizabeth Chang, Robert Meersman, Katia Sycara (auth.), Tharam S. Dillon, Elizabeth Chang, Robert Meersman, Katia Sycara (eds.)
This publication constitutes the 1st quantity of a chain of books concentrating on the important and ever-growing box of internet semantics. the first target of the sequence is to enquire, current and advertise center suggestions, rules and exemplary applied sciences for the subsequent new release of semantic net study, stemming from either academia and undefined. subject matters coated will comprise procedure semantics, net companies, ontologies, workflows, belief and recognition, and net applications.
The 14 papers during this quantity, written via key scientists within the box, are preceded via an advent written via the quantity editors. The papers were divided into 3 sections on Ontologies and data Sharing, utilized Semantic internet, and internet Services.
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If you like, you can also inspect the individual cases by clicking the button Preview log settings (cf. bottom of Figure 4) and then double-clicking on a speciﬁc process instance. 2 See the originators working on the tasks “Repair (Complex)” and “Repair (Simple)” in Figure 6. A. P. van der Aalst Fig. 5. Excerpt of the result of the analysis plug-in Log Summary Fig. 6. 2 Cleaning the Log In this chapter we use the process mining techniques to get insight about the process for repairing telephones (cf.
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Advances in Web Semantics I: Ontologies, Web Services and Applied Semantic Web by Tharam S. Dillon, Elizabeth Chang, Robert Meersman, Katia Sycara (auth.), Tharam S. Dillon, Elizabeth Chang, Robert Meersman, Katia Sycara (eds.)