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Ontology economics.

Author: Martin Hepp; Robert Tolksdorf
Publisher: New York : Springer, 2009.
Series: Semantic web and beyond : computing for human experience, 9.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

This unique compilation covers the economic dimension of building, committing to, and using ontologies that are grounded by economic research. It covers the latest developments in the field and  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Hepp; Robert Tolksdorf
ISBN: 9780387887685 0387887687
OCLC Number: 476806307
Description: x s.
Contents: Preface.- An Overview of Ontology Economics.- Agents and Inventive Structures -- Is it Rational to Build Ontologies?- Network Effects and Diffusion -- Can the Semantic Web Learn from Standards Research?- Cost Models for Ontology Construction.- Total Cost of Ontologies -- The Macroeconomic Perspective.- Ontology Usage Under Uncertainty: Ontology Projects Risk Prediction.- Methods for Assessing the Added Value of Ontologies.- Quantitative Evidence: Data and Experiences.- Conclusion and Outlook.- Index.
Series Title: Semantic web and beyond : computing for human experience, 9.


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