Emergent Web Intelligence: Advanced Semantic Technologies
«<p>From the reviews:</p>“The book starts with an explanation of the resource description framework (RDF). It provides readers with the theoretical aspects of the RDF using mathematical notations. … Readers who have some inclination toward mathematics should enjoy this. Another aspect of the book’s writing style will also be very conducive to learning … . Overall, this very good book provides good insight into Web intelligence. … can be used as a reference for courses related to Web intelligence and emerging Web technologies.” (Varadraj Gurupur, ACM Computing Reviews, January, 2011)»
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Forlag: Springer London Ltd
Format: 24 x 16 cm
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1. The Dilated Triple
2. Semantic Web Technologies and Artificial Neural Networks for Intelligent Web Knowledge Source Discovery
3. Computing Similarity of Semantic Web Services in Semantic Nets with Multiple Concept Relations
4. General-Purpose Computing on a Semantic Network Substrate
5. Agent Technology meets the Semantic Web: Interoperability and Communication Issues
6. Mining of Semantic Image Content Using Collective Web Intelligence
7. Suited Support for Distributed Web Intelligence Cooperative Work
8. Web services and Software Agents for Tailorable Groupware Design
9. Toward Distributed Knowledge Discovery on Grid systems
10. Metamodel of ontology learning from text
11. An Analysis of Constructed Categories for Textual Classification using Fuzzy Similarity and Agglomerative Hierarchical Methods
12. Emergent XML mining: Discovering an efficient mapping from XML instances to relational schemas
13. XML based information systems and formal semantics of programming languages
14. Modeling and Testing of Web Based Systems
15. Web-Based Support By Thin-Client Co-Browsing
16. NetPay Micro-payment Protocols for three Networks
17. Enforcing Honesty in Fair Exchange Protocols
Dr. Badr has worked extensively in the field of coupling XML documents and Object-Relational Databases. Through his research he has acquired skills in fields such as Interoperability, Modeling, System Architectures and Networking, and their application to various domains such as Business Processes, Supply Chains, Productions Systems, Virtual Enterprises and e-commerce. His current academic research interests include systems in both the service sector and ICT. In particular, he studies the ecosystem of services and the multidisciplinary modeling approach to design services through the integration of ICT, strategy and processes. He leads the Service-Oriented Enterprise research team which combines industrial and computer engineering approaches. In this context, he co-supervises several graduate students and actively participates in national and international projects.
Richard Chbeir received his Ph. D in Computer Science from the INSA DE Lyon-France in 2001. He has been a member of IEEE and ACM since 1999. He is currently an Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department of the Bourgogne University, Dijon-France. His research interests are in the areas of distributed multimedia database management, XML similarity and rewriting, spatio-temporal applications, indexing methods, and multimedia access control models. Dr. Chbeir has published (more than 40 peer-reviewed publications) in international journals and books (IEEE Transactions on SMC, Information Systems, Journal on Data Semantics, Journal of Systems Architecture), conferences ( ER, WISE, SOFSEM, EDBT, ACM SAC, Visual, IEEE CIT, FLAIRS, PDCS) and has served on the program committees of several international conferences (SOFSEM, AINA, IEEE SITIS, ACM SAC, IEEE ISSPIT, EuroPar, SBBD). He has been organizing many international conferences and workshops (ACM SAC, ICDIM, CSTST, SITIS). He is currently the Vice-Chair of the ACM SIGAPP and the Chair of its French Chapter.
Ajith Abraham received his Ph.D degree in computer science from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. His research and development experience includes over 18 years in the Industry and Academia. He works in a multidisciplinary environment involving machine intelligence, network security, sensor networks, e-commerce, Web intelligence, Web services, computational grids, data mining, and applications to various real-world problems. He has given more than 30 plenary lectures and conference tutorials in these areas. He has authored or coauthored more than 500 publications. He works with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway and also coordinates the activities of Machine Intelligence Research Labs (MIR Labs), which has representation in 47 countries. He is the Co-Chair of the IEEE Systems Man and Cybernetics Society Technical Committee on Soft Computing. He is the founder of several conference series, which are now sponsored by IEEE and also serves the editorial board of over 30 editorial journals.
Aboul Ella Hassanien received his B.Sc. with honours in 1986 and M.Sc degree in 1993, both from Ain Shams University, Faculty of Science, Ain from the Department of Computer Science, Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan. He is currently a Professor at Cairo University, Faculty of Computer and Information. He has authored/coauthored over 120 research publications in peer-reviewed reputed journals and conference proceedings. He serves on the editorial board and is a reviewer of a number of journals and he is also on the program committee of several international conferences and he has edited/written more than 18 books. He received the Excellent Young Researcher award from Kuwait University.