Fuzzy Web Knowledge Aggregation, Representation, and Reasoning for Online Privacy and Reputation Management

TitleFuzzy Web Knowledge Aggregation, Representation, and Reasoning for Online Privacy and Reputation Management
Publication TypeBook Chapter
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsPortmann, E, Pedrycz, W
EditorPapageorgiou, EI
Book TitleFuzzy Cognitive Maps for Applied Sciences and Engineering ? From Fundamentals to Extensions and Learning Algorithms
Series TitleIntelligent systems reference library
Volume54
Pagination89–105
PublisherSpringer
Abstract

A social Semantic Web empowers its users to have access to collective Web knowledge in a simple manner, and for that reason, controlling online privacy and reputation becomes increasingly important, and must be taken seriously. This chapter presents Fuzzy Cognitive Maps (FCM) as a vehicle for Web knowledge aggregation, representation, and reasoning. With this in mind, a conceptual framework for Web knowledge aggregation, representation, and reasoning is introduced along with a use case, in which the importance of investigative searching for online privacy and reputation is highlighted. Thereby it is demonstrated how a user can establish a positive online presence.

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