I encode and process meaning by systematizing knowledge through designing digitally encoded ontologies, constructing ontologies following the designs, instructing other ontologists in building ontologies following the design patterns, and interfacing them with NL. I am thorough, diligent, and precise in my work, noting details and logical implications missed by others.
Electrical Engineering (AI focus)
=============================== Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Computer Science & Engineering, B.S.
Theory and Applications of Ontology. Volume II: Ontology: The Information-Science Stance, chapter on Cyc.
"Two Case Studies of Ontology Validation"
“Enabling the European Patient Summary through Triplespaces”,
"Ontologizing EDI Semantics"
"Instances of Instances Modeled via Higher-Order Classes"
"Putting Flesh on the Bones: Issues that Arise in Creating Anatomical Knowledge Bases with Rich Relational Structure"
"Variable Depth Resolution for Intelligent Real-Time Systems"
"IRTC: Integration of Knowledge Engineering with Real-Time Control"
"Pulse Programming Assistant for Magnetic Resonance Imaging".
"I have known Doug on a professional basis since mid-2013 when he joined Enterra Solutions reporting to me as part of our Knowledge Team as a Senior Ontologist. Doug has worked on several projects developing, extending and validating core knowledge across several domains, but I think his best skill is that of a "forensic" Ontologist. He has a unique aptitude to perform complex and highly detailed analyses of systems and knowledge to find gaps, conflicts, etc. and provide or suggest solutions. He is also an excellent trainer to assist and explain new concepts to novices in a manner that they can best consume. Please feel free to contact me as a reference."
"Doug is an excellent Ontologist. I have known him since the late 1990’s where we worked closely together at Cycorp . He is extremely knowledgeable, diligent, reliable, detail oriented and fast."