Data Science with Semantic Technologies
New Trends and Future Developments
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As data is an important asset for any organization, it is essential to apply semantic technologies in data science to fulfill the need of any organization. This volume of a two-volume handbook set provides a roadmap for new trends and future developments of data science with semantic technologies.
Data Science with Semantic Technologies: New Trends and Future Developments highlights how data science enables the user to create intelligence through these technologies. In addition, this book offers the answers to various questions such as can semantic technologies be able to facilitate data science? Which type of data science problems can be tackled by semantic technologies? How can data scientists get benefited from these technologies? What is the role of semantic technologies in data science? What is the current progress and future of data science with semantic technologies? Which types of problems require the immediate attention of the researchers? What should be the vision 2030 for data science?
This volume can serve as an important guide towards applications of data science with semantic technologies for the upcoming generation and thus becomes a unique resource for scholars, researchers, professionals, and practitioners in this field.
Table of Contents
1. What is Data Science. 2. Big Data and its Future. 3. Smart Warehouse Testbed: From Conceptual Framework to a Real Project. 4. Empirical Study on Sentiment Analysis. 5. Forecasting on Covid-19 data using ARIMAX model. 6. ML-Based Method for Detecting and Alerting to Cyber Attacks. 7. Machine Learning in Natural Language Processing- Emerging Trends and Challenges. 8. Machine Learning and Future Directions. 9. Towards a Web Standard for Neurosymbolic Integration and Knowledge Representation Using Model Cards. 10. Semantic Web Technologies. 11. Data Science with Semantic Technologies. 12. Ontological Perspective in Cancer Care system. 13. Interoperability Frameworks: Data Fabric and Data Mesh Architectures. 14. Recommender System for E-commerce: How Ontologies Support Recommendations.
Dr. Archana Patel is currently a faculty member at the Department of Software Engineering, School of Computing and Information Technology, Binh Duong Province, Vietnam. She received her Postdoc from the Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. Dr. Patel is MyNEP Ambassador, National Education Policy 2020, India and has filed a patent titled “Method and System For Creating Ontology of Knowledge Units in a Computing Environment” in Nov 2019. She received her Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Computer Applications and her PG degree both from the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Kurukshetra, India in 2020 and 2016 respectively. Dr. Patel has contributed in research projects funded by the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO), for the period of two years. Dr. Patel is an author and co-author of more than 25 publications published in numerous refereed journals and conference proceedings. She has been awarded best paper award (three times). Her research interests are Ontological Engineering, Semantic Web, Big Data, Expert System and Knowledge Warehouse.
Dr. Narayan C. Debnath is currently the Founding Dean of the School of Computing and Information Technology at Eastern International University, Vietnam. He is also serving as the Head of the Department of Software Engineering at Eastern International University, Vietnam. Dr. Debnath has been the Director of the International Society for Computers and their Applications (ISCA) since 2014. Formerly, Dr. Debnath served as a Full Professor of Computer Science at Winona State University, Minnesota, USA for 28 years (1989-2017). He was elected as the Chairperson of the Computer Science Department at Winona State University for 3 consecutive terms and assumed the role of the Chairperson of the Computer Science Department at Winona State University for 7 years (2010-2017). Dr. Debnath earned a Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) degree in Computer Science and also a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in Physics. He has served as the elected President for 2 separate terms, Vice President, and Conference Coordinator of the International Society for Computers and their Applications and has been a member of the ISCA Board of Directors since 2001. Dr. Debnath has been an active member of the ACM, IEEE Computer Society, Arab Computer Society, and a senior member of the ISCA.