Design and software implementation of subsystems for creating and using the ontological base of a research scientist

02/17/2018 ∙ by O. V. Palagin, et al. ∙ 0

Creation of the information systems and tools for scientific research and development support has always been one of the central directions of the development of computer science. The main features of the modern evolution of scientific research and development are the transdisciplinary approach and the deep intellectualisation of all stages of the life cycle of formulation and solution of scientific problems. The theoretical and practical aspects of the development of perspective complex knowledge-oriented information systems and their components are considered in the paper. The analysis of existing scientific information systems (or current research information systems, CRIS) and synthesis of general principles of design of the research and development workstation environment of a researcher and its components are carried out in the work. The functional components of knowledge-oriented information system research and development workstation environment of a researcher are designed. Designed and developed functional components of knowledge-oriented information system developing research and development workstation environment,including functional models and software implementation of the software subsystem for creation and use of ontological knowledge base for research fellow publications, as part of personalized knowledge base of scientific researcher. Research in modern conditions of e-Science paradigm requires pooling scientific community and intensive exchange of research results that may be achieved through the use of scientific information systems. research and development workstation environment allows to solve problems of contructivisation and formalisation of knowledge representation, obtained during the research process and collective accomplices interaction.



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