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Article title CONCEPTUAL SPECIFYING OF SOME INFORMATICS PROBLEMS
Authors G.V. Uralev
Section SECTION III. ARTIFICIAL INTELLECT AND INDISTINCT SYSTEMS
Month, Year 09, 2008 @en
Index UDC 517.714.3
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Abstract Under a problem of informatics we understand the task which can be solved by computer programs using expert knowledge. The important stage in development of such programs is conceptual specification of structure of the knowledge, in particular, knowledge of problem domain and methods of solving. Conceptual specification consists in identifying adequate problem domain concepts and relations among them, schemas, rules, procedures et al. Usually, formal conceptual specification is realized by means of suitable conceptual languages (concept-oriented languages). The system BKM – “Binary Knowledge Model” is considered. It is shown of possibility of applying BKM to two problems: 1) design of workflows with dynamics of requirements and goals; 2) creating of medical ontology for diagnosis of viral hepatitis.

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