KnowID: An architecture for efficient Knowledge-driven Information and Data access

Fillottrani, Pablo R. and Keet, C. Maria (2020) KnowID: An architecture for efficient Knowledge-driven Information and Data access, Data Intelligence, 2, 487-512.

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Modern information systems require the orchestration of ontologies, conceptual data modeling techniques, and efficient data management so as to provide a means for better informed decision-making and to keep up with new requirements in organizational needs. A major question in delivering such systems, is which components to design and put together to make up the required “knowledge to data” pipeline, as each component and process has trade-offs. In this paper, we introduce a new knowledge-to-data architecture, KnowID. It pulls together both recently proposed components and we add novel transformation rules between Enhanced Entity-Relationship (EER) and the Abstract Relational Model to complete the pipeline. KnowID's main distinctive architectural features, compared to other ontology-based data access approaches, are that runtime use can avail of the closed world assumption commonly used in information systems and of full SQL augmented with path queries.

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 10:55
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