Semi-Automatic Content Extraction from SpecificationsLecture Notes in Computer Science
Document TypeConference Proceeding
AbstractSpecifications are critical to companies involved in complex manufacturing. The constant reading, reviewing, and analysis of materials and process specifications is extremely labor-intensive, quality impacting, and time-consuming. A conceptual design for a tool that provides computer-assistance in the interpretation of specification requirements has been created and a strategy for semantic-markup, which is the overlaying of abstract syntax (“the essence”) on the text, has been developed. The solution is based on the techniques for Information Extraction and the XML technology, and it captures the specification content within a semantic ontology. The working prototype of the tool being built will serve as the foundation for potential full-scale commercialization.
Citation InformationKrishnaprasad Thirunarayan, Aaron Berkovich and Dan Z. Sokol. "Semi-Automatic Content Extraction from Specifications" Lecture Notes in Computer Science Vol. 2553 (2002) p. 40 - 51 ISSN: 9783540003076
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