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Using HLT for Acquiring, Retrieving and Publishing Knowledge in AKT: Position Paper

Bontcheva, Dr. Kalina and Brewster, Mr. Christopher and Ciravegna, Dr. Fabio and Cunningham, Dr. Hamish and Guthrie, Dr. Louise and Gaizauskas, Dr. Rob and Wilks, Prof. Yorick (2001) Using HLT for Acquiring, Retrieving and Publishing Knowledge in AKT: Position Paper. In Proceedings EACL/ACL Workshop on Human Language Technology and Knowledge Management, Toulouse, France.

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AKT is a major research project applying a variety of technologies to knowledge management. Knowledge is a dynamic, ubiquitous resource, which is to be found equally in an expert's head, under terabytes of data, or explicitly stated in manuals. AKT will extend knowledge management technologies to exploit the potential of the semantic web, covering the use of knowledge over its entire lifecycle, from acquisition to maintenance and deletion. In this paper we discuss how HLT will be used in AKT and how the use of HLT will affect different areas of KM, such as knowledge acquisition, retrieval and publishing.

Keywords:knowledge management, knowledge acquisition, knowledge retrieval, knowledge publishing, natural language processing
Subjects:AKT Challenges > Knowledge retrieval
AKT Challenges > Knowledge acquisition
AKT Challenges > Knowledge publishing
ID Code:127
Deposited By:Brewster, Christopher
Deposited On:27 February 2003
Alternative Locations:http://www.dcs.shef.ac.uk/~fabio/cira-papers.html

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