His primary areas of study are Semantic Web, Description logic, Ontology, Information retrieval and Artificial intelligence. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Semantics and Programming language. His research integrates issues of Axiom, Extension, Fuzzy logic and Knowledge representation and reasoning in his study of Description logic.
Ontology is closely attributed to Operator in his work. Jeff Z. Pan combines subjects such as Knowledge compilation and Benchmark with his study of Information retrieval. His Artificial intelligence research includes themes of Classical logic and Natural language processing.
His primary scientific interests are in Ontology, Semantic Web, Description logic, Artificial intelligence and Information retrieval. His research investigates the connection between Ontology and topics such as Semantics that intersect with issues in Syntax. The subject of his Semantic Web research is within the realm of World Wide Web.
His Description logic study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Inference, Data mining and Fuzzy logic. His work deals with themes such as Identification, Machine learning, Concept drift and Natural language processing, which intersect with Artificial intelligence. His Information retrieval study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Task and Natural language.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Artificial intelligence, Information retrieval, Knowledge graph, Semantic Web and Question answering. He combines subjects such as Machine learning and Natural language processing with his study of Artificial intelligence. His Information retrieval research includes elements of Social media and Presentation.
His Knowledge graph research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Graph, Theoretical computer science, Correctness, Approximate reasoning and Component. Jeff Z. Pan has researched Semantic Web in several fields, including Consistency, Logical consequence and Cartography. Jeff Z. Pan studies Web Ontology Language, a branch of Ontology.
Jeff Z. Pan mainly investigates Information retrieval, Question answering, Natural language, Semantic Web and Knowledge graph. Jeff Z. Pan has included themes like Small number, Linear model and Ambiguity in his Information retrieval study. He works mostly in the field of Natural language, limiting it down to concerns involving Task and, occasionally, Feature, Domain and Artificial intelligence.
He does research in Semantic Web, focusing on Semantic search specifically. His work focuses on many connections between Logical consequence and other disciplines, such as Statement, that overlap with his field of interest in Ontology. The Ontology study combines topics in areas such as Description logic, Representation, Usability and Transfer of learning, Machine learning.
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The Semantic Web - Iswc 2010
Peter F. Patel-Schneider;Yue Pan;Pascal Hitzler;Peter Mika.
Fuzzy OWL: Uncertainty and the Semantic Web.
Giorgos Stoilos;Giorgos B. Stamou;Vassilis Tzouvaras;Jeff Z. Pan.
owl: experiences and directions (2005)
An Argument-Based Approach to Using Multiple Ontologies
Elizabeth Black;Anthony Hunter;Jeff Z. Pan.
scalable uncertainty management (2009)
Reasoning with very expressive fuzzy description logics
Giorgos Stoilos;Giorgos Stamou;Jeff Z. Pan;Vassilis Tzouvaras.
Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research (2007)
Inconsistencies, negations and changes in ontologies
Giorgos Flouris;Zhisheng Huang;Jeff Z. Pan;Dimitris Plexousakis.
national conference on artificial intelligence (2006)
Verifying feature models using OWL
Hai H. Wang;Yuan Fang Li;Jing Sun;Hongyu Zhang.
Journal of Web Semantics (2007)
The fuzzy description logic f-SHIN
Giorgos Stoilos;Giorgos Stamou;Vassilis Tzouvaras;Jeff Z. Pan.
uncertainty reasoning for the semantic web (2005)
TrOWL: tractable OWL 2 reasoning infrastructure
Edward Thomas;Jeff Z. Pan;Yuan Ren.
international semantic web conference (2010)
Resource Description Framework
Jeff Z. Pan.
Handbook on Ontologies (2009)
The Semanic Web: Research and Applications
Grigoris Antoniou;Marko Grobelnik;Elena Simperl;Bijan Parsia.
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