David Bourget (Western Ontario)
David Chalmers (ANU, NYU)
Rafael De Clercq
Jack Alan Reynolds
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Ontology's are no longer just a means of relating or unfolding semantic operations instead it is firmly contained within the virtual world and technologies have unravelled its full semantic potentials. The contribution of knowledge management combined with different software applications calls for increasing pedagogical support for extending both ontology and the knowledge management environment. Though there are multiple knowledge management (KM) concerns within health care, medicine is a domain, which has the potential to show how good ontology, can yield demonstrable benefits in human interests. This paper presents a framework incorporating the learning processes, knowledge base characteristics and ontology applications for a clinical environment. This type of integration leads to increasing the understanding of ontology applications, collaboration and competence.
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