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ISSN: 1690-4524 (Online)


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William Lesso (1931-2015)

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Nagib C. Callaos


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Interdisciplinarity as a Key Competence on Industry 4.0 Labor Market
Paweł Poszytek
(pages: 1-7)

Digital Meta-Skills Development for Interdisciplinary Competence in Foreign Languages Education
Rusudan Makhachashvili, Ivan Semenist
(pages: 8-23)

Human Intelligence (HI –Nous) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in ESP/EAP Teaching and Editing of Inter-Disciplinary Research for International Communication – Case Studies and Methods
Ekaterini Nikolarea
(pages: 24-38)

Cybernetic Sparks and Philosophical Feedback Loops
Steve Dixon
(pages: 39-52)

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Technology and Education
Jasmin Cowin
(pages: 53-63)

Educational Technologies for Hybrid Learning Contexts: A Grid of 12 Technological Communication Tools
Andrea Giuseppe Manciaracina
(pages: 64-81)

Statistics Education in the Era of COVID-19
Eleni Tsami, Sophia Kitsou
(pages: 82-94)

Agile Methodology and War Strategies
Cătălin Tudose
(pages: 95-112)

Information Systems and Technologies in Agronomy and Business: Employers-Oriented Study
Olena Kopishynska, Yurii Utkin, Viktor Lyashenko, Olha Barabolia, Olena Kalashnik, Svitlana Mororz, Olga Kartashova
(pages: 113-127)

"Historical Path in Mathematical Games": A Didactic Laboratory Activity Dedicated to Upper Secondary School Students
F. S. Tortoriello, I. Veronesi
(pages: 128-138)

Resilience Profiles Associated with Social Support and Engagement for Overcoming Academic Obstacles in Undergraduate Education
Ailed Daniela Marenco-Escuderos, Dayana Restrepo Cervantes, Laura Isabel Rambal-Rivaldo
(pages: 139-147)

Towards a Framework for Assessing Cybersecurity Risks in Internet of Things (IOT) Devices
Zhilei Qiao, Julio C. Rivera, Mi Zhou
(pages: 148-163)

How Does a Cell Change Flow Direction Due to a Micro Groove?
Shigehiro Hashimoto, Taketo Matsumoto, Shogo Uehara
(pages: 164-181)

Proposal of a Model from the Perspective of Parsons Functional-Structural Theory
Fuensanta Fernández de Velazco, Eduardo Carpinteyro Lara, Saúl Rodríguez Luna
(pages: 182-197)

Case Method in the Study of Information Technologies and IT Project Management
Olena Kopishynska, Yurii Utkin, Oleksandr Galych, Hanlar Makhmudov, Alla Svitlychna, Viktor Lyashenko
(pages: 198-211)


 

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Bridging the Semantic and Lexical Webs: Concept-Validating and Hypothesis-Exploring Ontologies for the Nexus-PORTAL-DOORS System

Adam Craig, Seung-Ho Bae, Carl Taswell


The Nexus-PORTAL-DOORS System (NPDS) has been designed with the Hierarchically Distributed Mobile Metadata (HDMM) architectural style to provide an infrastructure system for managing both lexical and semantic metadata about both virtual and physical entities. We describe here how compatibility between version 0.9 of the NPDS schema, the new NPDS-interfacing ontologies, and the domain-specific concept-validating hypothesis-exploring ontologies allows NPDS to bootstrap the semantic web onto the more developed lexical web. We then describe how this system will serve as the foundation of a planned platform for automated meta-analysis.

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