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Knowledge and Information Management

Knowledge and Information Management (in Ontotext sense) is the process of capturing, semantic annotation, indexing, and storing of unstructured, semi-structured, and structured data from different sources. By collecting these artifacts in a central or distributed electronic environment (in a database called a knowledge base), it provides different search paradigms on top of this semantic index.

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