Knowledge Engineering: Principles, Methods and Applications

Jesus Alfonso Perez Gama (Editor)
IEEE Life Senior – Education Society Colombia Chapter Chair IASA, IAOE, IIOA, NY Academy Sciences, INCOSE, ACIS, ACCIO

Series: Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World
BISAC: TEC009000



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Knowledge processing requires the discipline of engineering knowledge in order to solve complex problems normally requiring a high level of expertise, currently used in management information systems (MIS) domains, with artificial and computational intelligence (ACI), intelligent and deductive databases, expert systems (ES), decision support systems, geographic knowledge and information systems, business intelligence (BI), software architectures and others. Knowledge engineering has its own mathematics and body of knowledge; strongly concerning cognitive science. This book includes important conceptual definitions, tools, principles, and applications of knowledge engineering. (Imprint: Nova)

Foreword: The Crossing of the Knowledge

Chapter 1 - Fundamentals of Geographic Knowledge Engineering for Territorial Intelligence (pp. 1-56)
Robert Laurini (LIRIS, INSA-Lyon, University of Lyon, France)

Chapter 2 - Knowledge Management of Controlled Vocabularies in Healthcare and the Semantic Interoperability Challenge (pp. 57-78)
Timothy Wayne Cook, Joyce Rocha de Matos Nogueira and Luciana Tricai Cavalini (National Institute of Science and Technology – Medicine Assisted by Scientific Computing, and others)

Chapter 3 - Cognitive Approach and Its Application to the Modeling of Strategic Management of Enterprises (pp. 79-96)
Robert A. Karayev (Institute of Cybernetics of National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan)

Chapter 4 - In Pursuit of High Quality Accreditation in Higher Education (pp. 97-124)
Alfonso Pérez Gama (Fundacion Educacion Superior San José)

Chapter 5 - Obtaining Route Map for Higher Education, Student Permanence with Intelligent Tools (pp. 125-160)
Alfonso Pérez Gama, Luis Giovanni Rozo Pardo, Martha Isabel Rozo Arteaga, Claudia Lucía Caro Gómez and Guillermo Hoyos Gómez (Fundación de Educación Superior San José)


Audience: Directors of Technology and Knowledge Engineering Offices; Graduate and Undergraduate Students in Business Management, Education and areas such as Systems & Computer, Industrial Engineering, Geography Systems Managers, Medical Information Systems Managers.

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