Research Profile for Kenneth Paul Baclawski
Professor Baclawski's primary research area is ontology based computing. This
includes research on the Semantic Web, formal (ontology-based) methods for
software engineering, software modeling and ontology-based methods in
biomedicine. He has been a Northeastern University faculty member for 25 years.
Complete list of publications
Publications in various classifications
Some recent publications:
- K. Baclawski. The Semantic Web: it's not just for searching anymore!. Greater Boston Chapter of the ACM. Invited presentation. (June, 2008) [ppt]
- K. Baclawski, T. Parikh, V. Gupta, P. Yim and J. Cheyer. Fine-Grained Access to Online Content for Virtual Communities.
In Ninth Intern. Conf. Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations 2009 (2009) [pdf] [ppt] [links]
- K. Baclawski and T. Schneider. The Open Ontology Repository Initiative: Requirements and Research Challenges.
In Collaborative Construction, Management and Linking of Structured Knowledge. (October, 2009)
If you don't know about the h-index and the H-index, see Author Impact Measures.
The numbers above were computed using Harzing's Publish or Perish, removing publications that were not mine, and eliminating duplicates.
Michael Werner (Wentworth Institute).
Current Research Team Members
Dawei Dai, Yavuz Eren, Máximo Gurméndez,
Munmun Mahapatra, Srividya Mandaleeka,
Tejas Parikh, Sumit Purohit, Nirmal Shah