• Comprehensive Ontology Design for Autism Spectrum Disorder 

      Janatimasaoom, Babak (2016)
      Ontology is a formal explicit description of concepts in the knowledge domain. In recent years, developing ontology in different domains is a hot topic for many researchers, especially in the medical field because of the ...
    • Context aware services for smart learning environments 

      Scott, Kristopher (2009)
      This thesis describes a cost-effective infrastructure and implementation for building ubiquitous learning spaces. It uses techniques from the semantic web and ubiquitous computing to build a learner-centric service-based ...
    • Context-aware mobile learning on the semantic web / by Xiaoyun Zhang. 

      Zhang, Xiaoyun (2008)
      Progress made in Semantic Web technologies and Ubiquitous Computing has lead to the development of mobile learning services that can adapt to the learner's background, learner's needs, and surrounding environment. In ...
    • Improved Sentiment Classification by Multi-model Fusion 

      Gan, Lige (2016)
      Sentiment Analysis (SA), also Opinion Mining, is a sub-field of Data Mining. It aims at studying and analyzing human’s sentiments, opinions, emotions or attitudes through their written text. Since all sentiment information ...
    • Local and Global Influence on Twitter 

      Zong, Shan (2016)
      The analysis of influence in social network is drawing more and more attention. It can be applied in different areas such as political campaigns and marketing. In this work, the analysis of influence in Twitter, based on ...
    • Mobile ontology-based reasoning and feedback health monitoring system 

      Docksteader, Luke (2009)
      As medical technology has developed over the past few decades, the average human life-span has increased and as a side effect, chronic illness has become more prevalent. Many patients now require constant, everyday monitoring ...
    • Ontology development for drug-disease knowledge management 

      Mohammadi Dinani, Namira (2013-02-03)
      Traditionally, physicians rely on medical knowledge learned or acquired through practice to make a correct decision in diagnosis of diseases and affected medications. Progress in knowledge base systems and related Information ...
    • Semantic web system for differential diagnosis recommendations 

      Mohammed, Osama (2012)
      There is a growing realization that healthcare is a knowledge-intensive field. The ability to capture and leverage semantics via inference or query processing is crucial for supporting the various required processes in ...