Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

Tipo di prodottoAbstract in atti di convegno
TitoloKnowledge Communities in Grey
Anno di pubblicazione2011
FormatoCartaceo
Autore/iMarzi, Claudia
Affiliazioni autoriInstitute for Computational Linguistics - National Research Council (CNR-ILC, Pisa)
Autori CNR e affiliazioni
  • CLAUDIA MARZI
Lingua/e
  • inglese
AbstractThe dynamic nature of modern human social interactions, and the increasing capability of wireless and mobile devices for creating and sharing contents, open up the opportunity for a wide dissemination of information through complex knowledge sharing systems. The development of digital technologies and the continuous evolution of telecommunication networks are rapidly heading our society towards a culture of participation and to a more and more interactive communication. Adaptive networking protocols and data management systems are fostering pervasive information and communication environments. In this context, subject based communities offer the steadily increasing availability of ubiquitous accessible information. Networking communities, focussed on supporting relationships and content sharing, act at the same time as providers and users of all kind of grey literature materials in a highly distributed and collaborative scenario. Collaboration networks are thus becoming a key element in the advancement and dissemination of knowledge in scientific domains as well as in diverse aspects of everyday human life. In this sense, social media at best enhance new frontier ideas and highly innovative contents; they offer the enormous potential to transform research, and research results, into a knowledge co-creation process. As the shared knowledge components build cognitive ties, there is no real sharing of knowledge without a common understanding of it. Large amounts of structured information have to be managed, and generation and assimilation of knowledge have to be facilitated. The unlimited universe of data and information available on the web need to be identified, classified, analyzed, filtered, so as to enhance the generation and assimilation of new knowledge. Knowledge needs to be represented, standardized and distilled from multiple sources. Tagging on a web scale provides a potentially useful source of metadata, and paves the way to automated post-processing services such as information retrieval, and acquisition of concepts from large document repositories. In other words it creates an environment conducive to knowledge transfer. In the full version, particular emphasis will be laid on technologies in natural language understanding and knowledge management for providing structured, intelligent access to the continuously evolving content generated on-line in a pervasive collaborative environment. In particular, the work will focus on exploring the interaction/synergy between different modes/tools for knowledge acquisition and representation: from highly structured, standardized and objective knowledge information systems based on ontological hierarchies and relations to more dynamic, subjective tools for volatile knowledge representation such as word clouds and concept maps. This approach will highlight current automated tools for concept acquisition and ontology learning that are conducive to an incremental approach to content access and management, to establish a fruitful bridge between modes of knowledge sharing/creation and dynamic, incremental approaches to automated knowledge acquisition and representation.
Pagine da26
Pagine a30
Pagine totali5
RivistaGL-conference series
ISSN: 1385-2308
Titolo chiave: GL-conference series
Numero volume della rivista-
Serie/CollanaGL-conference series
ISSN: 1385-2308
Titolo chiave: GL-conference series
Titolo del volumeThe Grey Circuit - From Social Networking to Wealth Creation
Numero volume della serie/collana13
Curatore/i del volumeD.J.Farace and J. Fratzen, GreyNet, Grey Literature Network Service
ISBN978-90-77484-00-5
DOI-
Verificato da refereeSì: Internazionale
Stato della pubblicazione-
Indicizzazione (in banche dati controllate)
  • PUMA (Codice:cnr.ilc/2011-A6-002)
  • OpenGrey (Codice:http://hdl.handle.net/10068/700159)
Parole chiaveGrey Literature, Web communities, Knowledge sharing, Concept Maps
Link (URL, URI)-
Titolo convegno/congressoThirteenth International Conference on Grey Literature: The Grey circuit - From Social networking to Wealth Creation
Luogo convegno/congressoWashington D.C. - USA
Data/e convegno/congresso5-6 December 2011
RilevanzaInternazionale
RelazioneContributo
Titolo parallelo-
Note/Altre informazioniID_PUMA: cnr.ilc/2011-A6-002
Strutture CNR
  • ILC — Istituto di linguistica computazionale "Antonio Zampolli"
Moduli CNR
    Progetti Europei-
    Allegati
    • KNOWLEDGE COMMUNITIES IN GREY
    • Slide_oral presentation

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    Altro AbstractLa natura dinamica delle attuali interazioni sociali, e la sempre crescente capacità dei dispositivi mobili di creare e condividere contenuti, apre la strada ad un'ampia diffusione delle informazioni attraverso complessi sistemi di condivisione della conoscenza. Ma senza una reale comprensione, non vi può essere una colpmeta condivisione della conoscenza. Nell'articolo, particolare enfasi è posta sulle tecniche di comprensione del Linguaggio Naturale ed estrazione della conoscenza. Nel dettaglio, verrà mostrato come diversi tipi di "social networks" offrono considerevoli diversità in termini di accessibilità al contenuto e all'informazione.
    Lingua abstractinglese
    Lingua altro abstractitaliano
    TipoAbstract