The field of Semantic Computing addresses the derivation and matching of the semantics of computational content to that of naturally expressed user intentions in order to retrieve, manage, manipulate or even create content, where “content” may be anything including video, audio, text, software, hardware, process, network, community, etc.

This connection between content and  user intentions is made via (1) Semantic Analysis, which analyzes content with the goal of converting it to machine processable semantics; (2) Semantic Integration, which integrates content and semantics from multiple sources; (3) Semantic Applications, which utilize content and semantics to solve problems; and (4) Semantic Interface, which interprets users’ intentions expressed in natural language or other communicative forms. The reverse connection converts the intentions of users to create content via analysis and synthesis techniques. more>>

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