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ISSN: 1690-4524 (Online)


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Honorary Editorial Advisory Board's Chair
William Lesso (1931-2015)

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Nagib C. Callaos


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The Embodiment Dimension While Learning and Teaching in a Virtual World
Martine Gadille, Maria Antonietta Impedovo
(pages: 1-8)

Training Based Change Management Problem for Social Innovation
Mariann Somosi Veresné, György Kocziszky, Zoltán Nagy, Krisztina Varga
(pages: 9-17)

ALM Program: Ten Years of Educational Technology Interventions at the Faculty of Medicine at the Oldest National University in Perú
Maritza Placencia Medina, Javier Silva Valencia, Víctor Mechan Mendez, Rosa Pando Álvarez, Margot R. Quintana Salinas, Jorge R. Carreño Escobedo, Elías J. Carrasco Escobedo, Carlos A. Saavedra Castillo, Yanelli K. Ascacivar Placencia
(pages: 18-23)

Electric Discharge - Not an Impact Caused Formation of Upheaval Dome, Canyonlands National Park, Utah
Robert Hawthorne Jr.
(pages: 24-34)

A Technique for Program and Project Portfolio Prioritization: RAB2/E Matrix
Altino José Mentzingen de Moraes
(pages: 35-40)

System Design of WiFi-Signaling Based Accurate Occupancy Detection Scheme
Yukina Miwa, Akari Ushiyama, Hijiri Komura, Katsuhiro Naito
(pages: 41-46)

The Perception of the Urban Quality of Life Index in the Context of Smart Cities
Mariana Lima, Renata Baracho
(pages: 47-53)

Simon Says: "Send Money"
Patrick N. Conrad, Luay A. Wahsheh
(pages: 54-55)

Project Based Teaching Was the Answer. But What Is the Question?
Steinar Killi
(pages: 56-60)

Concept Design of Estimation Scheme for Social Graph Based on Occupancy Time in Space
Akari Ushiyama, Yukina Miwa, Shotaro Osaki, Yuki Yamada, Katsuhiro Naito
(pages: 61-67)

Building Competence: Expectations, Experience, and Evaluation of E-Government as a Topic in Administration Programs at the TH Wildau – A Case Study (Invited Paper)
Margit Christa Scholl
(pages: 68-78)


 

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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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