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November 17, 2020 Forthcoming by Chapman and Hall/CRC
152 Pages - 24 B/W Illustrations

 
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This book is an attempt to establish in the readers the importance of creating interoperable data stores and writing rules for handling this data. It also covers extracts from a few project dissertations and a research funded project that the author had supervised.• Describes the power of ontologies for better data management• Provides an overview of knowledge engineering including ontology engineering, tools and techniques• Provides sample development procedures for creating two domain ontologies.• Depicts the utility of ontological representation in situation awareness• Demonstrates recommendation engine for unconventional emergencies using a hybrid reasoning approach.• The text explains how to make better utilization of resources when emergency strikesGraduates and undergraduates doing courses in artificial intelligence, semantic web and knowledge engineering will find this book beneficial.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Semantic Technologies as Enabler

Chapter 3 Semantics-based Decision Support for Unconventional Emergencies

Chapter 4 Knowledge Representation and Storage

Chapter 5 Situation Awareness

Chapter 6 Advisory System

Chapter 7 Multilingual and Multimodal Access

Chapter 8 Concluding Remarks and Outlook for the Future

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Biography

Dr. Sarika Jain graduated from Jawaharlal Nehru University (India) in 2001. Her doctorate is in the field of Knowledge Representation in Artificial Intelligence which was awarded in 2011. She has served in the field of education for over 19 years and is currently in service at the National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra (Institute of National Importance), India. Dr. Jain has authored / co-authored over 100 publications including books. Her current research interests are Knowledge Management & Analytics; Semantic Web; Ontological Engineering; and Intelligent Systems. She is currently working toward solving the interoperability problem generated by IoT, Big Data and Cloud Computing initiatives.

Dr. Jain has supervised two Ph.D. scholars (5 ongoing) who are now pursuing their postdoc, one in Spain and the other in Germany. Currently, she is guiding 15 students for their Master’s and Doctoral research work in the area of Knowledge Representation. She is serving as a reviewer for Journals of IEEE, Elsevier, and Springer. She has been involved as a program and steering committee member in many prestigious conferences in India and abroad.

She has two research funded projects: one is ongoing funded by CRIS TEQUIP-III w

Dr. Sarika Jain graduated from Jawaharlal Nehru University (India) in 2001. Her doctorate is in the field of Knowledge Representation in Artificial Intelligence which was awarded in 2011. She has served in the field of education for over 19 years and is currently in service at the National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra (Institute of National Importance), India. Dr. Jain has authored / co-authored over 100 publications including books. Her current research interests are Knowledge Management & Analytics; Semantic Web; Ontological Engineering; and Intelligent Systems. She is currently working toward solving the interoperability problem generated by IoT, Big Data and Cloud Computing initiatives. Dr. Jain has supervised two Ph.D. scholars (5 ongoing) who are now pursuing their postdoc, one in Spain and the other in Germany. Currently, she is guiding 15 students for their Master’s and Doctoral research work in the area of Knowledge Representation. She is serving as a reviewer for Journals of IEEE, Elsevier, and Springer. She has been involved as a program and steering committee member in many prestigious conferences in India and abroad.

She has two research funded projects: one is ongoing funded by CRIS TEQUIP-III worth Rs 2.58 lakhs, and the other is completed funded by DRDO, India worth Rs 40 lakhs. She has also applied for a patent in Nov 2019. Dr. Jain has held various administrative positions at department as well as at institute level in her career like HOD, Hostel Warden, Faculty Incharge of technical and cultural fests, member of Research Degree Committee, and Center Incharge Examinations.

Dr. Jain has visited the United Kingdom and Singapore for presenting her research work. She has constantly been supervising DAAD interns from different universities of Germany and many interns from India every summer. She works in collaboration with various researchers across the globe including at Germany, Austria, Australia, Malaysia, USA, Romania, etc. She has organized various challenges, conferences and workshops including NITC, GIAN by MHRD, ICSCC, ICACCT, ICECCS, and EWAD. She is a member of IEEE and ACM and a Life Member of Computer Society of India (CSI), International Association of Engineers (IAENG), and the International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology (IACSIT).

Dr. Jain is highly interested in world-wide collaborations and seeking scholars and interns in her research group.

orth Rs 2.58 lakhs, and the other is completed funded by DRDO, India worth Rs 40 lakhs. She has also applied for a patent in Nov 2019. Dr. Jain has held various administrative positions at department as well as at institute level in her career like HOD, Hostel Warden, Faculty Incharge of technical and cultural fests, member of Research Degree Committee, and Center Incharge Examinations.

Dr. Jain has visited the United Kingdom and Singapore for presenting her research work. She has constantly been supervising DAAD interns from different universities of Germany and many interns from India every summer. She works in collaboration with various researchers across the globe including at Germany, Austria, Australia, Malaysia, USA, Romania, etc. She has organized various challenges, conferences and workshops including NITC, GIAN by MHRD, ICSCC, ICACCT, ICECCS, and EWAD. She is a member of IEEE and ACM and a Life Member of Computer Society of India (CSI), International Association of Engineers (IAENG), and the International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology (IACSIT).

Dr. Jain is highly interested in world-wide collaborations and seeking scholars and interns in her research group.