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Knowledge representation and reasoning refers to the general topic of how information can be appropriately encoded and used in computational systems. Many intelligent systems have explicit knowledge bases they use to represent and manipulate their model of the word.


Active Project

 ALDA: Automated Legal Document Analytics.

Past Projects

 ArRf - Activity Recognition with RF.
 Bayes OWL.
 Context Broker Architecture (CoBrA).
 Damlator: Semantic Web Translator.
 DReggie: Semantic Service Discovery Infrastructure.
 Ontology Editor for Eclipse.
 Policy Management for Enterprise Applications.
 Rei : A Policy Specification Language.
 Text Mining Approach to Ontology Enrichment.
 UMBC OntoMapper: A Tool For Mapping Between Two Ontologies.

Suggestion for a Future Project

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