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Agent-mediated shared conceptualizations in tagging services
Some of the most remarkable innovative technologies from the Web 2.0 are the collaborative tagging systems. They allow the use of folksonomies as a useful structure for a number of tasks in the social web, such as ...
Complex concept lattices for simulating human prediction in sport
In order to address the study of complex systems, the detection of patterns in their dynamics could play a key role in understanding their evolution. In particular, global patterns are required to detect emergent concepts ...
On the Phenomenological Reconstruction of Complex Systems—The Scale-Free Conceptualization Hypothesis
Phenomenological reconstruction of a complex system (CS) from collected and selected data allows us to work with formal models (representations) of the system. The task of building a qualitative model necessitates the ...
Conceptual-based reasoning in mobile web 2.0 by means multiagent systems - knowledge engineering notes
(ScitePress Digital Library, 2012)
Increasingly, users connect to the Internet by mobile devices and they are generating massive content through them. The lead-off projects in Mobile Web 2.0 offer the opportunity to add semantics in order to obtain structured ...