Information Modelling and Knowledge Bases XXXV
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The volume and complexity of information, together with the number of abstraction levels and the size of data and knowledge bases, grow continually. Data originating from diverse sources involves a combination of data from traditional legacy sources and unstructured data requiring backwards modeling, meanwhile, information modeling and knowledge bases have become important contributors to 21st-century academic and industrial research.
This book presents the proceedings of EJC 2023, the 33rd International Conference on Information Modeling and Knowledge Bases, held from 5 to 9 June 2023 in Maribor, Slovenia. The aim of the EJC conferences is to bring together experts from different areas of computer science and from other disciplines that share the common interest of understanding and solving the problems of information modeling and knowledge bases and applying the results of research to practice. The conference constitutes a research forum for the exchange of results and experiences by academics and practitioners dealing with information and knowledge bases. The topics covered at EJC 2023 encompass a wide range of themes including conceptual modeling; knowledge and information modeling and discovery; linguistic modeling; cross-cultural communication and social computing; environmental modeling and engineering; and multimedia data modeling and systems. In the spirit of adapting to the changes taking place in these areas of research, the conference was also open to new topics related to its main themes.
Providing a current overview of progress in the field, this book will be of interest to all those whose work involves the use of information modeling and knowledge bases.