The storage and processing capacity realised by computing has lead to an explosion of data retention. We now reach the point of information overload and must begin to use computers to process more complex information. In particular, the proposition of the Semantic Web has given structure to this problem, but has yet realised practically. The largest of its problems is that of ontology construction; without a suitable automatic method most will have to be encoded by hand. In this paper we discus the current methods for semi and fully automatic construction and their current shortcomings. In particular we pay attention the application of ontologies to products and the particle application of the ontologies.
|Published - 1 Aug 2008
|SSE Systems Engineering Conference 2008 - University of Reading, Reading, United Kingdom
Duration: 25 Sept 2008 → 26 Sept 2008
|SSE Systems Engineering Conference 2008
|25/09/08 → 26/09/08