An approach to map geography mark-up language data to resource description framework schema
- Authors: Faqir, Ammara , Mahmood, Aqsa , Qazi, Kiran , Malik, Saleem
- Date: 2020
- Type: Text , Conference paper
- Relation: 2nd International Conference on Intelligent Technologies and Applications, INTAP 2019 Vol. 1198, p. 343-354
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- Description: GML serves as premier modeling language used to represent data of geographic information related to geography locations. However, a problem of GML is its ability to integrate with a variety of geographical and GPS applications. Since, GML saves data in coordinates and in topology for the purpose to integrate data with variety of applications on semantic web, data be mapped to Resource Description Framework (RDF) and Resource Description Framework Schema (RDFS). An approach of mapping GML metadata to RDFS is presented in this paper. This study focuses on the methodology to convert GML data in semantics to represent in extended and enriched form such as RDFS as representation in RDF is not sufficient over semantic web. Firstly, we have GML script from case study and parse it using GML parser and get XML file. XML file parse using Java and get text file to extract GML features and then get a graph form of these features. After that we designed methodology of prototype tool to map GML features to RDFS. Tool performed features by features mapping and extracted results are represented in the tabular form of mapping GML metadata to RDFS. © 2020, Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
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Generating linked data repositories using UML artifacts
- Authors: Khan, Aqsa , Malik, Saleem
- Date: 2019
- Type: Text , Conference proceedings , Conference paper
- Relation: 1st Intelligent Technologies and Applications, Intap 2018; Bahawalpur, Pakistan; 23rd-25th October 2018; published in Communications in Computer and Information Science book Series Vol. 932, p. 142-152
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- Description: The usability of diagrams and models is increasing day by day, because of this we experience problem in searching and accessing from large size repositories of diagrams and models of software systems. This research might be helpful to search and access the diagrams and models in bigger repositories. For this purpose, this research developed linked data repositories which contain UML (Unified Modeling Language) artifacts, these artifacts are being organized with using UML class model. In particular, UML is being broadly applied to data modeling in many application domains, and generating linked data repositories from the UML class model is becoming a challenging task in the context of semantic web. This paper proposes an approach, in which we will build a construction tool by joining the characteristics of RDF (Resource Description Framework) and UML. Firstly we will formally define design artifacts and linked data repositories. After that we will propose a construction tool in which we will extract UML artifacts, these UML class model further transforms into the corresponding RDFs. The generated RDF linked data then will be verified by using W3C RDF, this is a validating service used to generate and verify the RDF triples and graphs. Finally, the proposed construction tool will be implemented with few experiments and research is validated using W3C RDF validating service. The proposed approach aims to give such a design that may facilitate the users to customize linked data repositories so that diagrams and models could be examined from large size data.
Information technology and organizational learning interplay : A survey
- Authors: Malik, Saleem , Chetty, Madhu , Chadhar, Mehmood
- Date: 2018
- Type: Text , Conference proceedings
- Relation: 29th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2018); Sydney, Australia; 3rd December 2018 p. 1-11
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- Description: The objective of this paper is to provide a systematic review of the evolutionary trends in the research domain of information technology and organizational learning. Having surveyed various journals and key conferences between 2000 and 2018 on the topic, we observe that information technology (IT) has expanded from its general form to various contemporary information systems, e.g. knowledge organization systems, communication and collaborative systems and decision support systems. However, organization learning (OL) now essentially occurs through knowledge management activities, e.g. knowledge acquisition, storing, sharing and application of knowledge. The survey reported here not only validates the interplay of IT and OL but also reveals some important intervening factors between IT and OL, e.g. absorptive capacity, organization culture, user trust, acceptance and satisfaction that work as deterministic elements in the reciprocal relationship of IT and OL. We propose future research to explore interaction between big data analytical systems and organizational learning.