Faculty and Staff Research and Scholarship - Information Sciences

 

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  • Cheng, Yi-Yun; Franz, Nico; Schneider, Jodi; Yu, Shizhuo; Rodenhausen, Thomas; Ludäscher, Bertram (The Association for Information Science and Technology, 2017)
    Taxonomy alignment is a way to integrate two or more taxonomies. Semantic interoperability between datasets, information systems, and knowledge bases is facilitated by combining the different input taxonomies into merged ...

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  • McDonough, Jerome P.; Kendall, Lori; Bonn, Maria (2017-07-30)
    With the adoption by UNESCO of The Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage in 2003, the preservation of intangible heritage has gained greater international recognition and attention. While the ...

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  • Bertram C. Bruce (2014-12)
    Blog posts from a Fulbright Specialist Grant to work at Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart Üniversitesi in May and June 2014.

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  • Bruce, Bertram C. (2016-12)
    During the Fall of 2016, I was invited to visit Nepal. King's College in Kathmandu hosted my stay. Working with Kathmandu Living Labs, Karkhana, Teach for Nepal, and other organizations, we held a workshop to learn about ...

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  • Bertram C. Bruce (Peter Lang, 2015)
    Jane Addams was a social reformer and one of the founders of the field of sociology. She worked to create better working conditions for immigrants, for the control of dis- ease and the development of public health, in the ...

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