Moreover, Contributions, The contents and topologies of inter-document linkages, such as citations and references among scientific literature, have Organization Science This paper proposes a paradigm for managing the dynamic aspects of organizational knowledge creating processes. The Categorical Organization of Semantic and Lexical Knowledge in the Brain.pdf. Case 2 had an unusual transient aphasia of acute onset without hemiplegia; speech rate, articulation, and sentence length and complexity appeared normal. I will then take into account the anatomical locus of lesions found in these category-specific semantic disorders and discuss their consistency with the set of predictions based on the 'differential weighting hypothesis'. Verb production was far superior to noun production in single word naming. Finding Hidden Semantics Behind Reference Linkages : An Ontological Approach for Scientific Digital... [Contribution of positron-emission tomography to the study of language], Semidefinite Approaches for MIQCP: Convex Relaxations and Practical Methods, Simultaneous Localization and Mapping - A Discussion. in the context of other fields of investigation such as cognitive neuropsychology. Introduction Theories about knowledge organization in the human brain propose that concepts may be described according either to perceptual processes ortosemanticrepresentations.Speci ﬁcally,the modality-speciﬁcitytheory A complete Enterprise 'Semantic' Knowledge Graph. The aim of this chapter is to present the state of the art research in semantic organizational knowledge. Rapid, experience-related changes in the organization of children's semantic knowledge The organization of knowledge according to relations between concepts is crucially important for many cognitive processes, and its emergence during childhood is a key focus of cognitive development research. Our first aim consisted in rating the influence that different sources of knowledge could have in the representation of animals, plant life and artifact categories, rather than in those of living and non-living beings, as many previous studies on this subject have made. The normal control subjects demonstrated automatic activation for both concrete nouns and motion verbs. The resulting knowledge base is a major step beyond WordNet: in quality by adding knowledge about individuals like persons, organizations, products, etc. Semantic organizational knowledge refers to the Semantic Web and Linked Data technologies that are applied to the principles and procedures of organizational knowledge. This is shown to comply to the uncertainty and space requirements. Connectionist models are used as examples to illustrate neural representation and computation in the pronouncing of English text, and in the extracting of shape parameters from shaded images. The neural organization of semantic memory: Electrophysiological activity suggests feature-based segregation. to model scientific literature and their interlinked relationships, we develop a domain-specific ontology to analyze contents OVERVIEW; METHODOLOGY; SIMPLE MODELS OF SEMANTIC ORGANIZATION; NETWORK MODELS OF SEMANTIC ORGANIZATION; FRAMES AND SCRIPTS AS SCHEMA; OVERVIEW We have already noted the impressive capacity of long term memory. Semantic knowledge is a crucial aspect of higher cognition. In fact, these concepts rely heavily on Resource Description Framework (RDF) and Ontology. According to this line of thought, modality-specific perceptual systems process sensory information up to a critical level (the structural description), that permits access to a unitary, abstract and amodal semantic system, where no trace of the previous sensory-motor mechanisms persists. The distinction between ‘animals’ and ‘plant life’ within the ‘living’ categories was confirmed by the analysis of their prevalent sources of knowledge and by a cluster analysis, which allowed to distinguish fruits and vegetables from animals. Two patients with agrammatic speech and unimpaired comprehension are presented and contrasted. The features generated were classified as to type of knowledge (sensory, functional, or encyclopaedic), and also quantified with regard to both dominance (the number of participants specifying that property for that concept) and distinctiveness (the proportion of exemplars within a conceptual category of which that feature was considered characteristic). Theoretical accounts of semantic knowledge posit that relations between concepts provide organizational structure that converts information known about individual entities into an interconnected network in which concepts can be linked by many types of relations (e.g., taxonomic, thematic). Some technologies have been fully studied and utilized upon this meaningful The patient had difficulty in phonological similarity judgements of pictures, but performed normally on semantic similarity judgements. Semantic Organizational Knowledge (SOK): This concept refers to technologies of the Semantic Web and Linked Data applied to the principles and procedures of organizational knowledge. Semantic knowledge Blindness Supramodality Category-based organization fMRI Multivoxel pattern analysis 1. Beitrag zur Lehre vom Bewusstsein des eigenen Körpers, Complete Kluver-Bucy syndrome following Herpes Simplex type II encephalitis[SYNDROME DE KLUVER-BUCY HUMAIN COMPLET APRES UNE ENCEPHALITE A HERPES SIMPLEX TYPE 2], Interaction between vision and language in category-specific semantic impairment, The oyster with four legs: a neuropsychological study on the interaction of visual and semantic information, Cortical connections and parallel processing: Structure and function. It was originally defined by Polanyi (1958). This test battery will be administered to patients with right temporal lobe atrophy to see if face recognition disorders often observed in these patients must be considered as an instance of associative prosopagnosia or as an aspect of a multimodal people recognition disorder. Tulving constructed a proposal to distinguish between episodic memoryand what he termed semantic memory. A widely accepted and interesting technical definition of an ontology that still stands in computer science is that “an ontology is an explicit specification of a conceptualization” (Gruber, 1993, p. 1). It plays a central role in enabling the processing and sharing of knowledge within an accepted domain. These include lexical/semantic factors such as frequency, and contextual factors such as whether the target is produced as a single word or in a sentence. 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