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hasSubject Doc1 Trade
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Figure 7.5 Topic modeling example: classifying a document by YahooCategory.
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For instance, the PROTON class PublicCompany can be intuitively used as a topic (e.g., documents about public companies ). PROTON suggests that this class should not be used as topic; instead, PublicComapaniesTopic should be de ned as an instance of the Topic Class. It is often useful to link intuitively related concepts (as the two ones about public companies in the preceding example) there is currently no support for such linking in PROTON. Such can however be added through an OWL annotation property named, for instance, hasRelatedTopic. Annotation properties are the only safe way of introducing properties relating classes and instances without escalating the complexity of the ontology to OWL Full.
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Yahoo!1 category hierarchy. Jazz, Genre, and Music are all instances of YahooCategory, which is a sub-class of Topic.
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The KM module is in a sense an application-speci c extension of PROTON, which introduces some de nitions necessary for KM applications. The KM module is dependent on the System and Top modules. A snapshot from the KM module is given in Figure 7.6. The remainder of this section describes the most important classes in the KM module. 7.6.6.1. Information Space Information spaces denote collections of themed information resources (e.g., documents, maps, etc.). For example, the information space e-commerce contains collections of documents relating to activities and entities concerning electronic commerce. The InformationSpace class is a specialization of Agent, and can be described as denoting a set of User s personalized set of information items in a speci c milieu (e.g., a digital library or an online shopping portal). Each InformationSpace is linked to an InformationSpacePro le by means of the property hasISpro le, thus effectively modeling an InformationSpace as a set of Topics (see later discussion on pro ling).
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Figure 7.6 PROTON knowledge management module classes and properties.
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7.6.6.2. Software Agent SoftwareAgent is a specialization of Agent and denotes an arti cial agent, which operates in a software environment. No proprietary properties are associated to this class. 7.6.6.3. User The concept of a user is central for knowledge management, since a key aim is to represent a user s interests and context so that personalized, timely, relevant knowledge is provided. User is a specialization of Agent and designates a human user, who plays a Role with respect to some system. Every User has a UserPro le (related via the property hasUserPro le) and this is how the relation between a User and the Role he/she plays is realized. Each User can have several UserPro le-s, depending on his/her location, device, etc. This means that the hasUserPro le relation is a one-to-many relation. 7.6.6.4. Pro le Every User has a pro le, and every InformationSpace has a pro le associated with it. The class Pro le is a subclass of InformationResource. It has two specializations: InformationSpacePro le and UserPro le. Pro les can be linked to instances of Topic through the isInterestedIn property. 7.6.6.5. User Pro le The properties of a UserPro le are de ned as follows:  hasDevice relates UserPro le with the Device class, representing the current device to which the user has access.  hasLocation relates UserPro le with the Location class, representing the current location of the user.  hasRole a user may have one or more roles which they switch between, so this relation links the UserPro le with a Role.
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7.6.6.6. Mention Mention is a specialization of LexicalResource (from the System module). Its main purpose is to model annotations (roughly speaking, identi cation of text strings in documents e.g., London with instances or classes in the ontology e.g, a speci c instance of class City. Within the SEKT portfolio, for example, there is software to create annotations from a Document or an InformationResource. In this context, a Mention represents the mention of an Entity or a
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