- found: Work cat.: 2009033995: Semantic computing, 2007: e-CIP t.p. (Semantic computing) e-CIP pref. (We define Semantic Computing as a field that addresses the derivation and matching of the semantics of computational content and that of naturally expressed user intentions to help retrieve, manage, manipulate or even create the content, where content may be anything including video, audio, text, process, service, hardware, network, community, etc. It brings together those disciplines concerned with connecting the (often vaguely formulated) intentions of humans with computational content. Some areas of Semantic Computing have appeared as isolated pieces in various fields such as computational linguistics, artificial intelligence, multimedia, software engineering, database and services computing; Semantic Computing glues these pieces together into an integrated theme and addresses their synergetic interactions)
- found: SemanticComputing.org, viewed Aug. 26, 2009 (Semantic Computing can be considered a generalisation and an extension of the goals of the Semantic Web (which is a web of data). Semantic Computing encompasses all aspects of computing where data is encoded, processed, stored or transferred using techniques that communicate the meaning of the data in addition to the data itself)
- found: IEEE 2009 Summer School on Semantic Computing, viewed Aug. 26, 2009 (Semantic computing is currently emerging as a new field that integrates methods from multimedia (computer vision, speech processing), natural language processing, Semantic Web and ontology engineering, software engineering, and other fields with the goal of creating new applications that intuitively connect formulated user intentions with the content of digital data)
- notfound: Encyclopedia of Computer Sciences;Dictionary of Multimedia and Internet Applications : A Guide for Developers and Users;Dictionary of Communications Technology : Terms, Definitions and Abbreviations, Wiley
- 2009-08-26: new
- 2009-10-13: revised
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