A formal approach to ontology-based semantic match of skills descriptions
Journal of Universal Computer Science (J.UCS) - DEC.-2003
, Di Noia Tommaso
, Di Sciascio Eugenio
, Donini Francesco M.
, Mongiello Marina
, Mottola Marco
Holding and creating competences is one of the most strategic activities in organizations, especially in knowledge intensive ones. An organization dealing with a task to perform will firstly check for the required skills among the available personnel. If such a search process leads to discover lacking competencies, organizations may hire external personnel or encourage internal personnel to learn new competencies on the unavailable skills. The current availability of several, well-organized, e-learning modules, makes such possibility appealing and enonomically advantageous. A skill management system performing both the processes of searching among available skills and facilitating the creation of missing ones can hence be a noteworthy source of competitive advantage for a knowledge-intensive organization. We present here an approach and a system for such purpose, which exploits recent advances in semantic-based inference services and technologies.The proposed approach employs Description Logics formalism and reasoning services and is fully in the Semantic Web initiative mainstream.
author = "Colucci, Simona and Di Noia, Tommaso and Di Sciascio, Eugenio and Donini, Francesco M. and Mongiello, Marina and Mottola, Marco",
title = "A formal approach to ontology-based semantic match of skills descriptions",
journal = "Journal of Universal Computer Science (J.UCS)",
number = "12",
volume = "9",
pages = "1437--1454",
month = "Dec.",
year = "2003",
note = "Springer",
url = "http://sisinflab.poliba.it/Publications/2003/CDDDMM03"