Ontology Conception of Transdisciplinary Scientific Research

A.V. Palagin, Dr Sci. (Tech.)
V.M. Glushkov Institute of Cybernetics,
National Aacademy of Sciences of Ukraine
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Èlektron. model. 2018, 38(5):03-10


One of the highest priority directions of modern community development is building a knowledge-oriented society (as a type of stage of information community development), in which most working people are in the line of work related to creation, saving, processing and implementation of information, especially its (information’s) highest form—knowledge. Among other important problems, which are resolved at the current point of societal development, the problem of providing scientifically grounded, effectively presented and complete informational resources is especially worth emphasizing.


knowledge, subject domain, ontological approach, transdisciplinary (TD) research, unified network of TD-knowledge.


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