A logical framework for identifying quality knowledge from different data sources

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Journal Article
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Decision Support Systems, 2006, 42 (3), pp. 1673 - 1683
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2006-12-01
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As the Web has emerged as a large distributed data repository, individuals and organizations have been able to utilize the low-cost information and knowledge on the Internet when making business decisions. Because data in different data sources may be conflictive or untrue, researchers and practitioners must intensify efforts to develop appropriate techniques for its efficient use and management. In this paper, a logical framework is designed for identifying quality knowledge from different data sources, thus working towards the development of an agreed ontology. Our experimental results have demonstrated that the approach is promising, and that a minor data enhancement adjustment could bring higher effectiveness. © 2006 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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