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2017 | 23 | 25-41
Article title

Transdziedzinowe aspekty struktur modularnych. O aplikacji modularyzacji w ramach inżynierii wiedzy i kognitywistyki.

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Trans-Domain Aspects of Modular Structures. Applying Modularization in Knowledge Engineering and Cognitive Science.
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Zastosowanie struktury modularnej w ramach różnych rozwiązań: tak inżynieryjnych, jak i teoretycznych niesie ze sobą pewne ograniczenia. Problemy te są bardzo widoczne w obrębie dyskursu na temat projektowania modularnych ontologii oraz wdrażania technologii Semantic Web. Pomimo szerokiego zakresu problemów związanych z aplikacją modularności w inżynierii wiedzy, istnieje wciąż niewyczerpane źródło innowacji oraz nowoczesnych inspiracji dla przezwyciężania problemów z metamodelowaniem, projektowaniem oraz hybrydyzacją systemów reprezentacji wiedzy. Inspirowanie się naturalnymi przejawami struktur modularnych może stanowić źródło wielu innowacji oraz podłoże do opracowania nowych podejść tak w dziedzinie inżynierii wiedzy, jak kognitywistyki. Z uwagi na nawiązanie do obliczeniowego charakteru struktur modularnych obecnych w rozmaitych dziedzinach o charakterze interdyscyplinarnym, można dotrzeć do konkluzji, że pewne obserwowalne prawidłowości związane z organizacją sieci (np. stopniami i rodzajami centralności) są w istocie transdziedzinowe (tzn. wykraczają poza dziedzinę, w której zostały pierwotnie zastosowane, mając potencjał do wykorzystania w innej dziedzinie badającej struktury relacyjne różnego rodzaju) bądź przynajmniej mają charakter projekcyjny w odniesieniu do metamodelowania ontologii.
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The application of modular structure in the context of various solutions, both engineering and theoretical, possesses certain limitations. The problems that arise are very salient amidst the discourse concerning the design of modular ontologies and implementation of Semantic Web technologies. Despite a wide array of obstacles related to aptly used modularity in knowledge engineering, there is still a never-ending source of inspiration for the solutions concerning metamodeling, designing and hybridizing knowledge representation systems. Being inspired by natural occurrences of modular structures can be a potent source of innovation and a foundation for developing new approaches both in the domain of knowledge engineering and cognitive science. Due to reference to the computational character of the modular structures present in various domains that are deemed interdisciplinary, one can arrive at the conclusion that certain observed regularities connected with network organisation (i.e., centrality types and measures) are in fact trans-domain (they go beyond their respective domain and have application in a different domain that concerns itself with studying relational structures of various forms) or they possess at least the projectional character in regard to ontology metamodeling.
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23
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25-41
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2017
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  • Kogni_LAB Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu
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123-4087
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bwmeta1.element.desklight-c564bfd4-5864-4289-845b-d7b7729ce13d
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