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Corporate semantic web evolution: an approach based on multi-agent system

Abstract : In order to capture, share, reuse and better facilitate the access to knowledge, organisations set up a knowledge management system. In the context of corporate semantic web, documents are the main source of knowledge and ontologies are the main issue to describe domain's knowledge. However, the environment of organizations is widely known heterogeneous, distributed and evolutive. The main challenge consists of the capture of this environment evolution to satisfy the dynamic experts'needs and requirements. Indeed, to apply changes to one of components (document, and ontology) involves the evolution of the Corporate Semantic Web. In the context of intranet, the employees share the documents and reuse them to write others. Every document is bound to ontological entities. In this paper, we present an approach to manage dynamically changes. We use a cooperative multi-agent system. The evolution process is distributed in the different agents. Each of them has a particular role.
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Fatma Chamekh, Guilaine Talens, Danielle Boulanger. Corporate semantic web evolution: an approach based on multi-agent system. the Fifth International Conference on Management of Emergent Digital EcoSystems, Oct 2013, Luxembourg. pp.235-240. ⟨hal-00956283⟩

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