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Volume 77, 2020The 2nd ACM Chapter International Conference on Educational Technology, Language and Technical Communication (ETLTC2020)
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Ontologies and use case based planning of content delivery
Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Information Management and Media, 76133 Karlsruhe, Germany
This papers objective was the development of an ontology-based Content Delivery Portal (CDP) in combination with use cases. The aim was to find out how to enrich content in general through an ontology and to investigate the added value of ontologies. In particular, it has been researched how content can be delivered in CDP via an ontological context. The focus of the research team was on the knowledge builder of the ontology system manufacturer i-views for modelling the ontology and embedding content. Furthermore, the research team planned a CDP and implemented the model in the CDP i-views content. To accomplish this, use cases for users in the context of smart homes were developed to derive which information users want and when and how to grant access to the desired content. The implementation in the CDP was fully based on the ontology which was developed over the course of the project. Although the research team presumes that part of the implementation could have been realised with metadata from a CMS, the ontology can be used to provide context information that goes beyond the metadata that is traditionally assigned to individual topics in a CMS.
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