Ontologies used for competence management

  • Iordan V
  • Cicortas A
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Abstract

Developing multi-agent systems requires an adequate modeling of
knowledge in order that the agents and the human person are able to
understand and accept the concepts of domain area in the same way.
Ontologies allow developing an coherent framework for a specified
domain. Based on the concepts used ant the relations between them, the
agents are able to understand, reason and act in the domain in order to
accomplish their goals and finally the system functions. Based on
appropriate ontologies defined for a particular domain, a multi-agent
system that allows managing, searching and matching the user competences
with the existent competences is presented.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Compentence modeling
  • Multi-agent systems
  • Ontology

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  • PUI: 368533931
  • ISSN: 17858860
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Authors

  • Victoria Iordan

  • Alexandru Cicortas

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