By Pedro José Vivancos-Vicente, Jesualdo Tomás Fernández-Breis, Rodrigo Martínez-Béjar (auth.), Achim Hoffmann, Byeong-ho Kang, Debbie Richards, Shusaku Tsumoto (eds.)
Since wisdom was once famous as a vital a part of clever platforms within the Seventies and early Eighties, the matter of the systematic and effective acquisition of information was once an incredible examine challenge. within the early days of specialist platforms, the point of interest of information acquisition used to be to layout an appropriate wisdom base for the matter - major through eliciting the information from to be had specialists earlier than the procedure was once c- pleted and deployed. through the years, replacement methods have been constructed, comparable to incremental techniques which might construct a provisional wisdom base at the start and could increase the information base whereas the process was once utilized in perform. different ways sought to construct wisdom bases totally immediately through utilizing machine-learning tools. lately, an important curiosity built concerning the challenge of making ontologies. Of specific curiosity were ontologies that may be re-used in a couple of methods and will probably be shared throughout diff- ent clients in addition to domain names. The Pacific wisdom Acquisition Workshops (PKAW) have a protracted culture in offering a discussion board for researchers to interchange the most recent rules at the subject. Parti- pants come from worldwide yet with a spotlight at the Pacific Rim area. PKAW is considered one of 3 overseas wisdom acquisition workshop sequence held within the Pacific-Rim, Canada and Europe over the past twenty years. the former Pacific wisdom Acquisition Workshop, PKAW 2004, had a powerful emphasis on inc- psychological wisdom acquisition, computer studying, neural networks and information mining.
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E. a fact). e. e. unaccepted) eﬀect that deviates from goal achievement. g. g. ’). e. meaning) of the eﬀect in relation to the real-world environment. e. in this case KAOS). g. Details, cr)’) At the tool level, eﬀect annotations can be viewed on a business process model graphically, or added to meta-information relating to the process activities. They can then be analyzed along with the process and associated goals as described in the subsequent sections. e. diamonds in BPMN). e. possibly even an inﬁnite number when cycles are included).
Past research has rarely studied the understanding of varieties of numeral strings. g. )  and for a Chinese semantic classification system . g. date, money, percent, and time) and a character tokeniser to identify semantic units  were applied to interpret limited types of numeral strings. Numeral classifiers to interpret money and temperature in Japanese  have also been studied. The ICE-GB grammar  treated numerals as one of cardinal, ordinal, fraction, hyphenated, multiplier with two number features - singular and plural.
A Business Process is a set of dynamically co-ordinated activities controlled by a number of dependent, social participants. Processes are represented in BPMN using ﬂow objects: events (circles), activities (rounded boxes), and decisions (diamonds); connecting objects: control ﬂow links (unbroken directed lines), and message ﬂow links (broken directed lines); and swim lanes: pools (high level boxes containing a single process), and lanes within pools (subboxes). We refer to Figure 2, a public Package Sorting process, as an example to illustrate BPMN.