ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf., Volume 9, Issue 3 (March 2020) – 48 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): The paper reviews the progress made over the past five years in two very active areas of research: geospatial semantic information modeling and elicitation. Information modeling refers to the development of ontologies at different levels of generality and formality, tailored to various needs and uses. Elicitation involves a set of processes that aim to draw out latent knowledge from unstructured or semistructured resources: semantic-based extraction, enrichment, search, and analysis. Modeling and elicitation may be used synergistically to enhance both: Extracted information is used to improve and enrich an ontology, which in turn is used to refine the information elicitation results. The paper discusses the challenges faced, highlights the methodologies and tools used, and identifies directions for future research.View this paper.
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