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Capturing temporality and intentionality in information systems

Liu, K. and Sun, L. (2000) Capturing temporality and intentionality in information systems. In: 5th International Workshop on the Language-Action Perspective on Communication Modelling (LAP 2000), 14-16 Sep 2000, Aachen, Germany, pp. 77-93.

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Information modelling is a topic that has been researched a great deal, but still many questions around it have not been solved. An information model is essential in the design of a database which is the core of an information system. Currently most of databases only deal with information that represents facts, or asserted information. The ability of capturing semantic aspect has to be improved, and yet other types, such as temporal and intentional information, should be considered. Semantic Analysis, a method of information modelling, has offered a way to handle various aspects of information. It employs the domain knowledge and communication acts as sources of information modelling. It lends itself to a uniform structure whereby semantic, temporal and intentional information can be captured, which builds a sound foundation for building a semantic temporal database.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions:Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Computer Science
Henley Business School > Business Informatics, Systems and Accounting
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