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Fuzzy ontologies and knowledge mobilisation: Turning amateurs into wine connoisseurs

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3 Author(s)
Christer Carlsson ; Institute of Advanced Management Systems Research (IAMSR), Åbo Akademi University, Joukahainengatan 3-5A, Åbo FIN-20520, Finland ; Matteo Brunelli ; Jozsef Mezei

Knowledge mobilisation is a transition from the prevailing knowledge management technology to a new methodology and some innovative methods for knowledge representation, formation and development and for knowledge retrieval and distribution. We show that fuzzy ontology will be useful to represent real world knowledge and that approximate reasoning schemes can give us answers which are sufficiently good for real world situations in which we need sufficiently good knowledge. We demonstrate the knowledge mobilisation approach by showing how amateurs can become wine connoisseurs with support from the technology.

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Fuzzy Systems (FUZZ), 2010 IEEE International Conference on

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18-23 July 2010