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IEEE P2807

IEEE Draft Framework of Knowledge Graphs

A framework of knowledge graphs is proposed in this standard. This standard describes the knowledge graph conceptual model, the construction and integration process of knowledge graphs, main activities in the processes and stakeholders of knowledge graphs in detail. This standard can be applied in various organizations which plan, design, develop, implement, and apply knowledge and organizations which develop support technologies, tools, and services to knowledge graphs.

Sponsor Committee
C/SAB - Standards Activities Board
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Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2019-03-21

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Computer Society
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Sponsor Committee
C/SAB - Standards Activities Board
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Working Group
KG_WG - Knowledge Graph Working Group
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IEEE Program Manager
Jonathan Goldberg
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Working Group Chair
Ruiqi Li

P2807.4

Guide for Scientific Knowledge Graphs

This guideline for Scientific Knowledge Graphs (SKG) specifies: 1) Data scope, including the actors such as authors or organizations, the documents such as journal or conference publications, and the research knowledge such as research topics or technologies; 2) SKG construction process, including knowledge acquisition, knowledge fusion, knowledge representation, or knowledge inference of scientific knowledge; 3) Applications, including academic service, intelligence mining, or scholar analysis.

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P2807.5

Guide for Medical Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment Oriented Knowledge Graphs

This guide for Medical Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment Oriented Knowledge Graphs (MCKGs) specifies: n1) A construction process for MCKGs, including knowledge acquisition, knowledge representation, knowledge fusion, and knowledge inference of clinical diagnosis and treatment information. n2) Input data requirements, including authoritative data such as medical literature, clinical diagnosis and treatment guides, medical knowledge base, and expert consensus. n3) Functions and interfaces of applications, including knowledge-driven diagnostic decision support, knowledge recommendation, or interpretation of examination report.

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