Papers: KAW'99

Twelfth Workshop on Knowledge Acquisition, Modeling and Management

Voyager Inn, Banff, Alberta, Canada

Saturday 16 to Thursday 21 October, 1999



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1. Knowledge Acquisition for Requirements Engineering
Presenter
1.1
Daniela E. Damian, Armin Eberlein, Mildred L. G. Shaw & Brian R. Gaines Studies in Distributed Software Requirements Engineering University of Calgary Daniela Damian
1.2
Virginia Dignum & Klaus Heimannsfeld Knowledge management for requirements engineering Arthur Andersen,
The Netherlands
Klaus Heimannsfeld
1.3
Ricardo Moura & Ana Cristina Bicharra Garcia DKAT: A Knowledge Configuration Tool applied to Design Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil Ricardo Moura
1.4
Daniela E. Herlea, Catholijn M. Jonker, Jan Treur & Niek J.E. Wijngaards  A Formal Knowledge Level Process Model of Requirements Engineering University of Calgary & Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Niek J.E. Wijngaards
1.7
Y. Renucci, C. Frydman, L. Torres, N. Giambiasi & M. Le Goc Extended Event Graphs for Acquiring and Modeling Control Requirements France Claudio Frydman
1.8
M. Le Goc Ontological models as shared model to validate a knowledge-based systems France M. Le Goc
1.9
J. Silva, L. Mantock, K.S. Barber, T. Graser, P. Grisham and S. Jernigan The Knowledge-based Integrated Design and Development Environment (KIDDE) -- Integrating a Formal KA Process and Requirements Representation with a JAD/RAD Development Approach University of Texas at Austin -
Laboratory for Intelligent Processes and Systems
Suzanne Barber

 
2. Knowledge Management and Knowledge Distribution throughout the Internet
Presenter
2.4
Alexandre Faure & Gilles Bisson Modeling the Experience Feedback Loop to improve Knowledge Base reuse in industrial environment PSA Peugeot Citroën & INRIA Rhône-Alpes Alexandre Faure
2.5
Frank Maurer & Harald Holz Process-Oriented Knowledge Management for Learning Software Organizations University of Calgary & University of Kaiserslautern Frank Maurer
2.7
Piet-Hein Speel, Nigel Shadbolt, Wouter de Vries, Piet Hein van Dam & Kieron O?Hara Knowledge Mapping for Industrial Purposes Unilever Research, The Netherlands; University of Nottingham & Loders Croklaan B.V, The Netherlands Piet-Hein Speel
2.8
Jean Caussanel & Eugène Chouraqui Model and Methodology of Knowledge Capitalization for Small and Medium Enterprises Domaine Universitaire de Saint-Jérôme, France Jean Caussanel
2.10
Walt Scacchi & Andre Valente Developing a Knowledge Web for Business Process Redesign (review copy) University of Southern California Andre Valente
2.11
Hans Akkermans, Piet-Hein Speel & Alex Ratcliffe Problem, Opportunity, and Feasibility Analysis for Knowledge Management - An Industrial Case Study Free University Amsterdam VUA & Unilever Research Vlaardingen Hans Akkermans
2.14
Tamara Sumner, John Domingue & Zdenek Zdrahal  Moving from On-the-job Training towards Organisational Learning The Open University, UK & British Aerospace Zdenek Zdrahal

 
3. Knowledge Engineering for Intelligent Agent and Internet Applications
Presenter
3.2
Roberto Flores-Méndez, Niek Wijngaards Primitive Interaction Protocols for Agents in a Dynamic Environment University of Calgary & Vrije Universiteit, The Neatherlands Roberto Flores-Méndez
3.4
Frances M.T. Brazier, Catholijn M. Jonker & Jan Treur Compositional Design and Reuse of a Generic Agent Model Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Frances Brazier
3.5
Franck Lesage, Pierrick Tranouez & Alain Cardon A multiagent based prediction of the evolution of knowledge with multiple points of view Université du Havre & Université Paris VI Franck Lesage
3.6
Weiming Shen, Douglas H. Norrie & Rob Kremer Towards an Infrastructure for Internet Enabled Collaborative Agent Systems University of Calgary Rob Kremer

 
4. Cost-Effective Development and Use of Ontologies and Problem Solving Methods
Presenter
4.1
A. J. Duineveld, R. Stoter, M. R. Weiden, B. Kenepa & V. R. Benjamins Wondertools?  A comparative study of ontological engineering tools (more info) University of Amsterdam Richard Benjamins
4.2
Natalya Fridman Noy & Mark A. Musen SMART: Automated Support for Ontology Merging and Alignment Stanford University Natalya Fridman Noy
4.4
Henrik Eriksson, Raymond Fergerson, Yuval Shahar & Mark A. Musen Automatic Generation of Ontology Editors Linkoping University & Stanford University Henrik Eriksson
4.5
Floor Verdenius & Maarten van Someren Top-down design and construction of knowledge-based systems with manual and inductive techniques ATO-DLO & University of Amsterdam Floor Verdenius
4.6
Pascal Beys & Machiel Jansen Automatic Reuse of Knowledge: A Theory University of Amsterdam Pascal Beys
4.7
Heiner Stuckenschmidt Problem Solving Methods for Efficient Reasoning Under Uncertainty University of Bremen Heiner Stuckenschmidt
4.10
Pim Borst, Edwin van der Wal & Piet-Hein Speel Developing a Library of Domain Models Using Commercial Tools Unilever Research Vlaardingen, The Netherlands Pim Borst
4.11
John H. Gennari & Mark Ackerman Extra-Technical Information for Method Libraries University of California Irvine John H. Gennari
4.12
Robert Jasper & Mike Uschold A Framework for Understanding and Classifying Ontology Applications Boeing Mike Uschold
4.13
Mike Uschold, Rob Jasper & Peter Clark Three Approaches for Knowledge Sharing: A Comparative Analysis Boeing Mike Uschold
4.14
Thomas Russ, Andre Valente, Robert MacGregor & William Swartout Practical Experiences in Trading Off Ontology Usability and
Reusability
University of Southern California Thomas Russ
4.16
Enrico Motta, Simon Buckingham-Shum & John Domingue Ontology-Driven Document Enrichment: Principles and Case Studies The Open University, UK John Domingue
4.19
Jim Blythe & Yolanda Gil A Problem-Solving Method for Plan Evaluation and Critiquing University of Southern California Jim Blythe
4.20
Andre Valente, Yolanda Gil & William Swartout LIBRA: A Library of Knowledge Components for EXPECT (review copy) University of Southern California William Swartout
4.21
James Cupit, Nigel Shadbolt, Peter Cheng, & David Peebles Compiling Ontologies into Structured Views and Interviews : The Design of A Diagrammatic Knowledge Acquisition Tool The University of Nottingham James Cupit

 
5. Ontologies and Metadata for Knowledge Retrieval
Presenter
5.1
Peter C. Weinstein & William P. Birmingham Comparing Concepts in Differentiated Ontologies University of Michigan Peter Weinstein
5.2
Gerd Stumme Hierarchies of Conceptual Scales Technische Universität Darmstadt Gerd Stumme
5.3
Robert E. Kent Conceptual Knowledge Markup Language: The Central Core Washington State University Robert Kent
5.4
Vipul Kashyap Design and Creation of Ontologies for Environmental Information Retrieval MCC, Austin Texas Vipul Kashyap
5.7
Oscar Corcho & Asunción Gómez-Pérez Guidelines to Study Difference in Expressiveness between Ontology Specification Languages: A Case Study (seems to be a bad file try the review copy) Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Asunción Gómez-Pérez
5.8
Michael Erdmann & Rudi Studer Ontologies as Conceptual Models for XML Documents University of Karlsruhe Michael Erdmann

 
6. Evaluation of KA methodologies
Presenter
6.1
Tim Menzies hQkb- The High Quality Knowledge Base Initiative (Sisyphus V: Learning Design Assessment Knowledge) NASA Tim Menzies
6.2
Yuval Shahar & Mark A. Musen Evaluation of a Temporal-Abstraction Knowledge-Acquisition Tool Stanford University Yuval Shahar
6.4
Markus Nick, Klaus-Dieter Althoff & Carsten Tautz Facilitating the Practical Evaluation of Knowledge-Based Systems and Organizational Memories Using the Goal-Question-Metric Technique Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering Markus Nick
6.7
Marcelo Tallis, Jihie Kim, & Yolanda Gil User Studies of Knowledge Acquisition Tools: Methodology and Lessons Learned University of Southern California Jihie Kim
6.8
Asunción Gómez-Pérez Evaluation of Taxonomic Knowledge in Ontologies and Knowledge Bases (seems to be a bad file, try the review copy) Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Asunción Gómez-Pérez

 
7. Tools for Adding Domain Knowledge to a Knowledge Base
Presenter
7.1
Ghassan Beydoun and Achim Hoffmann Hierarchical Incremental Knowledge Acquisition University of New South Wales Achim Hoffmann
7.2
Jihie Kim & Yolanda Gil Deriving Expectations to Guide Knowledge Base Creation University of Southern California Jihie Kim
7.4
Stefan Schulz, Martin Romacker, Giovanni Faggioli & Udo Hahn From Knowledge Import to Knowledge Finishing: Automatic Acquisition and Semi-Automatic Refinement of Medical Knowledge Freiburg University Udo Hahn
7.6
Debbie Richards & Paul Compton Revisiting Sisyphus I - An Incremental Approach to Resource Allocation using Ripple Down Rules Macquarie University & University of New South Wales Paul Compton
7.7
Dickson Lukose, Simon Pritchard, Said Neshab, Ashley Lee, Sajid Hussen, Jon Clawley, Philip Jackson, Chris Hare, Tony Bayliss, Mike Hawcutts & Alex Bdar TAPS: Knowledge Management System Brightware Inc, USA; ISIS Technology Solutions Ltd, Intra-Team IT Consultants, Andrew Lesley Lawrence Ltd., UK Dickson Lukose
7.8
William E. Grosso, Henrik Eriksson, Ray W. Fergerson, John H. Gennari, Samson W. Tu, & Mark A. Musen Knowledge Modeling at the Millennium (The Design and Evolution of Protégé-2000) Stanford University, Linköping University & University of California (Irvine) William Grosso
7.10
Jim Blythe & Surya Ramachandran Knowledge Acquisition using an English-Based Method Editor University of Southern California Surya Ramachandran
7.11
J.-F. Baget, D. Genest & M.-L. Mugnier Knowledge Acquisition with a Pure Graph-Based  Knowledge Representation Model -- Application to the Sisyphus-I Case Study France Jean-Francois Baget


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