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    • Detecting conflicts in semantic meta-data 

      Giriloganathan, Karthikeyan (uga, 2004-05)
      The Web has become a source of reference for information on many subjects. Also the ability to extract semantic meta-data from Web resources has increased tremendously in recent years. Effective use of this meta-data by ...
    • Efficient monitoring of seed and grain storage for the prevention of product degradation 

      Lewis, Micah Anthony (uga, 2006-12)
      Various oil seed and cereal grain products are stored by farmers and commercial manufacturers each year, world wide. However, it is while in storage that these products are most susceptible to quality degradation or even ...
    • Facilitating DL reasoners through ontology partitioning 

      Charaniya, Sadiq (uga, 2010-05)
      Ontologies are used by domain experts for knowledge representation in an unambiguous manner. After the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has recommended Web Ontology Language (OWL) for representing ontologies on the web, a ...
    • Ontology query languages for the Semantic Web 

      Zhang, Zhijun (uga, 2005-08)
      Ontology languages and corresponding query languages play key roles for representing and processing information about the real world for the emerging Semantic Web. Efforts have been made to develop various ontology languages. ...
    • Ranking documents based on relevance of semantic relationships 

      Aleman Meza, Boanerges (uga, 2007-08)
      In today’s web search technologies, the link structure of the web plays a critical role. In this work, the goal is to use semantic relationships for ranking documents without relying on the existence of any specific structure ...
    • Scalable matching of ontology graphs using partitioning 

      Kolli, Ravikanth (uga, 2008-08)
      The problem of ontology matching is crucial due to decentralized development and publication ofontological data. An approach proposed towards matching the ontologies is by inferring a match betweentwo ontologies as a maximum ...
    • Semantic WS-Agreement partner selection 

      Oldham, Nicole (uga, 2006-05)
      In a dynamic service oriented environment it is desirable for service consumers and providers to offer and obtain guarantees regarding their capabilities and requirements. WS-Agreement defines a language and protocol for ...