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Les enjeux de l'Ingénierie des connaissances

Abstract : Knowledge Engineering offers concepts, methods and techniques for modeling, formalizing and acquiring knowledge in organizations. The goal is to structure, operationalize, and manage knowledge in a large acceptation. Knowledge Engineering scope is application domains where it is necessary to model knowledge and make it available as activity support or reasoning. Innovations of the field include methods, software and interfaces to support modeling, and conceptual or formal representations. We propose here a brief overview of issues and major advances in knowledge engineering, including the recent results marked by the rise of semantic web, ontologies, and linked open data.
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Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles, Jean Charlet, Chantal Reynaud. Les enjeux de l'Ingénierie des connaissances. Florence Sèdes; Jean-Marc Ogier; Pierre Marquis. Information, Interaction, Intelligence - Le point sur le i(3), Cépaduès, Toulouse, 2012, 978-23649300094. ⟨hal-00787425⟩



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