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  • Basic Description Logics 

    Baader F; Nutt W (Cambridge University Press, 2003)
    This chapter provides an introduction to Description Logics as a formal language for representing knowledge and reasoning about it. It first gives a short overview of the ideas underlying Description Logics. Then it ...
  • Bridging the Gap between PLE and LMS 

    Dodero, G; Yng, TLB; Di Cerbo, F (IEEE Press, 2011)
    Learning Management Systems (LMS) represent today's preferred technology for institutional e-learning. Unfortunately, they show poor adaptability to each user's needs, and learners may suffer from the walled garden effect. ...
  • Cloud service brokerage: A conceptual ontology-based service description framework 

    Fowley F; Pahl C; Zhang L (IGI Global, 2014)
    Cloud service brokerage has been identified as a key concern for future Cloud technology research and development. Integration, customization and aggregation are core functions of a Cloud service broker. The need to cater ...
  • Come motivare i nativi digitali all'uso della linea di comando 

    Del, Fatto V; Dodero, G (Sapienza Università Editrice, 2015)
    Immaginate di dover imparare a mungere una mucca, e di avere 15 giorni di tempo per farlo. Vi vengono offerte due alternative: (1). Un corso di anatomia comparata (2). Un tirocinio presso un contadino. Quale scegliereste?
  • Compliance checking of cancer-screening careflows: An approach based on computational logic 

    Chesani, F; Lamma, E; Mello, P; Montali, M; Storari, S; Baldazzi, P; Manfredi, M (IOS Press, 2008)
    Clinical guidelines and Careflow systems have been recently identified as a means to improve and standardize health care services. A number of ICT-based management solutions have been proposed, focussing on several aspects ...
  • Condensative Stream Query Language for Data Streams 

    Ma, L; Nutt, W; Taylor, H (Australian Computer Society, 2007)
    In contrast to traditional database queries, a query on stream data is continuous in that it is periodically evaluated over fractions (sliding windows) of the data stream. This introduces challenges beyond those encountered ...
  • Conformance Verification of Clinical Guidelines in Presence of Computerized and Human-Enhanced Processes 

    Bragaglia S; Chesani F; Mello P; Montali M (Springer, 2015)
    Clinical Guidelines (CGs) capture medical evidence and describe standardized high quality health processes. Their adoption increases the quality of the service offered by health departments, with direct advantage for treated ...
  • Conformance Verification of Clinical Guidelines in Presence of Computerized and Human-Enhanced Processes 

    Bragaglia, S; Chesani, F; Mello, P; Montali, M (Springer, 2016)
    Clinical Guidelines (CGs) capture medical evidence and describe standardized high quality health processes. Their adoption increases the quality of the service offered by health departments, with direct advantage for treated ...
  • Consistency and modularity in mediated service-based data integration solutions 

    Zhu Y; Pahl C (IGI Global, 2009)
    A major aim of the Web service platform is the integration of existing software and information systems. Data integration is a central aspect in this context. Traditional techniques for information and data transformation ...
  • Contextual diagrams as structuring mechanisms for designing configuration knowledge bases in UML 

    Felfernig, A; Jannach, D; Zanker, M (Springer, 2000)
    Lower prices, shorter product cycles, and the customer individual production of highly variant products are the main reasons for the success of product configuration systems in various application domains (telecommunication ...
  • DeaLing with Ontologies using CODs 

    Del Vescovo C; Peñaloza R (CEUR, 2014)
    A major challenge in knowledge representation is to manage the access to knowledge: users should not be presented with knowledge that is irrelevant to their topic of interest, or have no right to access. Two general ...
  • Developing a conversational travel advisor with ADVISOR SUITE 

    Jannach, D; Zanker, M; Jessenitschnig, M; Seidler, O (Springer, 2007)
    Due to the inherent complexity of building highly-interactive and personalized web applications, the development of a web-based travel advisory system can be a costly and time-consuming task. We see this as one of the major ...
  • Developing a web 3.0 e-learning portal with X3D technologies 

    Di Cerbo, F; Dodero, G; Papaleo, L (Eurographics, 2010)
    The paper describes our experience in the development of the DIEL learning management system, and especially its 3D interface, which has been developed using X3D. DIEL allows to structure learning activities along a virtual ...
  • Developing Constraint-based Recommenders 

    Felfernig, A; Friedrich, G; Jannach, D; Zanker, M (Springer, 2011)
    Traditional recommendation approaches (content-based filtering [48] and collaborative filtering[40]) are well-suited for the recommendation of quality&taste products such as books, movies, or news. However, especially ...
  • Emotion-Based Matching of Music to Places 

    Kaminskas M; Ricci R (Springer Verlag, 2016)
    Music and places can both trigger emotional responses in people. This chapter presents a technical approach that exploits the congruence of emotions raised by music and places to identify music tracks that match a place ...
  • Emotions and Inclusion in Co-design at School: Let’s Measure Them! 

    Brondino, M; Dodero, G; Gennari, R; Melonio, A; Pasini, M; Raccanello, D; Torello, S (Springer International Publishing, 2015)
    Co-design with children comes with methods and techniques for creating technological products with children, such as video-game prototypes. When co-design takes place in schools, learners’ involvement and enjoyment of ...
  • Evaluating recommender systems in tourism - case study from Austria 

    Zanker, M; Fuchs, M; Höpken, W; Tuta, M; Müller, N (Springer Vienna, 2008)
    Recommender systems (RS) are employed to personalize user interaction with (e.g. tourism) web-sites, supporting both navigation through large service assortments and the configuration of individual service packages. Depending ...
  • Exploiting inductive logic programming techniques for declarative process mining 

    Chesani, F; Lamma, E; Mello, P; Montali, M; Riguzzi, F; Storari, S (Springer, 2009)
    In the last few years, there has been a growing interest in the adoption of declarative paradigms for modeling and verifying process models. These paradigms provide an abstract and human understandable way of specifying ...
  • Extending moodle for collaborative learning 

    Dodero, G; Succi, G; Di Cerbo, F (ACM, 2008)
    In this demo, we present novel features added to the Moodle Learning Management System to achieve collaborative learning.
  • Extreme Apprenticeship Meets Playful Design at Operating Systems Labs: A Case Study 

    Dodero, G; Gennari, R; Mastachi, N; Del Fatto, V (Springer, 2014)
    The extreme apprenticeship instructional methodology, recently born in Scandinavia, serves to organise education in formal contexts, such as university courses. The fundamental idea is that a new task is learned by apprentices ...