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2016 | 15 |
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Modular structurality and emergent functionality within knowledge representation systems

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There are various approaches to ontology metamodelling, and the notion of biologically inspired modular knowledge representation systems can provide insight in the workings of such phenomena as emergent properties of network structures. What is more relevant from knowledge engineering standpoint, such approach could provide innovation and enhancement of the level of expression as well as overall functionality of modular ontologies. To do so, one needs to find biological structures that would be the basis for modularity on different levels of hierarchy within the artificial system. Network analysis tools as well as systems biology and biocomputing provide a framework for research in this field.
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15
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2016
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2016-09-20
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_15633_ss_1769
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