People | Member | Carlos PedrinaciResearch Fellow
I am interested in the development of Knowledge-Based Systems for the Web. My research mainly builds upon results from the Semantic Web and Semantic Web Services communities, but it is also strongly influenced by Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering principles. Lately my research is focussing more on Business Process Analysis. This work is centred around an extensive use of ontologies formalizing the Business Process Management domain in order to reason about executed business processes.
Keys: Semantic Web Services, Knowledge-Based Systems, Ontologies, Business Process Analysis
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Mandler, B., Antonelli, F., Kleinfeld, R., Pedrinaci, C., Carrera, D., Gugliotta, A., Schreckling, D., Carreras, I., Raggett, D., Pous, M., Villares, C. and Trifa, V. (2013) COMPOSE - A journey from the Internet of Things to the Internet of Services, Workshop: Cloud Computing Project and Initiatives - CCPI'13
Cardoso, J., Pedrinaci, C. and Leenheer, P. (2013) Open semantic service networks: modeling and analysis, International Conference on Exploring Service Science 1.3
Leenheer, P., Cardoso, J. and Pedrinaci, C. (2013) Ontological Representation and Governance of Business Semantics in Compliant Service Networks, International Conference on Exploring Service Science 1.3
Ly, A., Pedrinaci, C. and Domingue, J. (2012) Automated Information Extraction from Web APIs Documentation, The 13th International Conference on Web Information System Engineering (WISE 2012), Paphos, Cyprus, Springer
Lin, C., He, Y., Pedrinaci, C. and Domingue, J. (2012) Feature LDA: a Supervised Topic Model for Automatic Detection of Web API Documentations from the Web, The 11th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC), Boston, USA
On the Integration of Services with the Web of Data
Techreport ID: kmi-09-06
Author(s): Carlos Pedrinaci,John Domingue,Reto Krummenacher
HypermediaNew Media SystemsSemantic Web &
Knowledge ServicesSocial Software
Knowledge Management is...
Our aim is to capture, analyse and organise knowledge, regardless of its origin and form and make it available to the learner when needed presented with the necessary context and in a form supporting the learning processes.