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knowledge domain

A specific area of expertise of an expert system.
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The paper focuses on acquiring IS domain knowledge based on conceptual specifications.
Although a number of studies argue that domain knowledge has some important impacts on IS problem-solving effectiveness (Curtis et al.
In order to acquire IS domain knowledge based on conceptual specifications, this paper aims at answering the following questions: What informational concepts should be considered part of IS domain knowledge?
In the following, we discuss similar approaches concerning the management of domain knowledge.
We take program design in computer science as an example to demonstrate the semantic description of domain knowledge.
The ontology model of the users' requirement is built on the background of domain knowledge.
In this section we design a prototype of automatic web services discovery including matchmaker, users' requirement ontology DB, domain knowledge DB, and web service advertisement DB, shown in Fig.
Domain knowledge DB manages domain knowledge ontologies.
The interdependence of reading achievement, vocabulary knowledge, and domain knowledge is the crucial area where ESL instructors must focus in order to prepare students to function in an academic college environment.
In addition, when domain knowledge is embedded in the plots of stories, students can painlessly acquire background information, which, in turn, provides scaffolding for important facts in the CBI unit.
The background information introduced in these readings becomes an excellent vehicle for the painless acquisition of domain knowledge by ESL students.
A large number of students in this program have weak reading skills, small English vocabularies, and limited domain knowledge.