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Browsing Papers and Publications, Center of Excellence in Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence by Subject "probabilistic ontologies"

Browsing Papers and Publications, Center of Excellence in Command, Control, Communications, and Intelligence by Subject "probabilistic ontologies"

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  • Costa, Paulo C. G.; Laskey, Kathryn B.; AlGhamdi, Ghazi (2006-07-30)
    Ontologies have become ubiquitous in current-generation information systems. An ontology is an explicit, formal representation of the entities and relationships that can exist in a domain of application. Following a ...
  • Costa, Paulo C. G. (George Mason University, 2005-07-12)
    Uncertainty is ubiquitous. Any representation scheme intended to model real-world actions and processes must be able to cope with the effects of uncertain phenomena. A major shortcoming of existing Semantic Web technologies ...
  • Laskey, Kathryn B. (2006-02-03)
    Uncertainty is a fundamental and irreducible aspect of our knowledge about the world. Probability is the most well-understood and widely applied logic for computational scientific reasoning under uncertainty. As theory and ...
  • Costa, Paulo C. G.; Laskey, Kathryn B.; Laskey, Kenneth J. (2005-11-07)
    This paper addresses a major weakness of current technologies for the Semantic Web, namely the lack of a principled means to represent and reason about uncertainty. This not only hinders the realization of the original ...

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