Connecting knowledge to data through transformations in KnowID: system description

Fillottrani, Pablo R. and Jamieson, Stephan and Keet, C. Maria (2020) Connecting knowledge to data through transformations in KnowID: system description, Künstliche Intelligenz, 34, 373-379.

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Intelligent information systems deploy applied ontologies or logic-based conceptual data models for effective and efficient data management and to assist with decision-making. A core deliberation in the design of such systems, is how to link the knowledge to the data. We recently designed a novel knowledge-to-data architecture (KnowID) which aims to solve this critical step through a set of transformation rules rather than a mapping layer, which operate between models represented in EER notation and an enhanced relational model called the ARM. This system description zooms in on the novel tool for the core component of the transformation from the Artificial Intelligence-oriented modelling to the relational database-oriented data management. It provides an overview of the requirements, design, and implementation of the modular transformations module that straightforwardly permits extension with other components of the modular KnowID architecture.

Item Type: Journal article (paginated)
Subjects: Computing methodologies > Artificial intelligence > Knowledge representation and reasoning > Ontology engineering
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Date Deposited: 21 Dec 2020 10:54
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