Ontological system processing of databases of scientific publications

O.V. Palagin, N.G. Petrenko, M.O. Boyko

Abstract


Development of theories, methods and algorithms for the discovery and formation of new knowledge always was one of the most important tasks for any researcher, especially if they actively working on creation of new scientific publications. There is no universal language to describe formally concepts (knowledge) and systemology of transdisciplinary scientific research. Because of this, researchers have a set of urgent problems, and one of them is the way of speeding up the process of finding information (in the form of cognitive-structure) in their own sources. Ontological system for processing of databases of scientific publications created to solve this problem for a researcher, who have from tens to hundreds of scientific papers published. We are unaware of search systems, which would provide the same information for a researcher in such a short time. Ontological system implements technologies of Information Retrieval and Knowledge Discovery in Databases with accent on technologies and instruments such as Semantic Web and cognitive graphics. Development of such ontological system have three stages. On the first stage instruments for system development created, methods and algorithms of interaction between system components "User ¾ Knowledge engineer ¾ Remote endpoint", also data added to the system at this stage. On the second stage task of multimedia presentation for conceptual and figurative structures, described in scientific documents, solved. Gaining new knowl- edge problem solved on the third stage.

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transdisciplinary scientific research; semantic web technology; ontological engineering; scientific publications database

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