Misinforming knowledge through ontology

Davey, B and Tatnall, A 2004, 'Misinforming knowledge through ontology', Journal of Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology, vol. 1, pp. 637-643.

Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title Misinforming knowledge through ontology
Author(s) Davey, B
Tatnall, A
Year 2004
Journal name Journal of Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology
Volume number 1
Start page 637
End page 643
Total pages 6
Publisher Informing Science Institute
Abstract A fundamental of the formation of virtual organizations, or capturing effective organizational memory is the creation of an ontology. Existing organizational memory software systems uniformly suffer from the problem of initializing the ontology. Another, less recognized, problem of ontologies is their poor record in capturing implicit and informal relationships within and between actors. This paper postulates that previous work on an ecological model of relationships can be applied to bootstrapping an ontology. This model seeks to capture the complexity of relationships using language arising from the areas of ecology which has a long history of dealing with complex relationships.
Subject Organisation of Information and Knowledge Resources
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