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Knowledge Graph Embeddings

Combining different data sources in a knowledge database and the semantic representation of the information contained therein can make technical communication much easier. Building a knowledge base using semantic knowledge graphs offers numerous advantages, including the important possibility of continuously expanding the knowledge graph. One method of expanding knowledge is the use of knowledge graph embeddings.

Docs-as-Code: Automated Software Documantation

The world of software development is constantly changing, and with it the way we document software. One innovative method that has gained popularity in recent years is “Docs-as-Code” or documentation as code. In this article, we will explore this exciting development and take a closer look at its application in technical documentation.

Meaning of semantics in technical communication.

“Today, semantics is frequently discussed, especially in connection with terms like ‘Semantic Web’ or ‘Semantic Knowledge Management.’ But what exactly does semantics mean, and how relevant is it for technical documentation?”

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Schema languages for technical documentation

Schema languages define rules for XML documents and syntactically describe the structure and content of these documents. The defined rule set ensures that the XML document is valid, meaning it consists of correct, consistent, and machine-readable units of information.

Simply explained: What does PIM mean?

PIM initially stands for Product Information Management and involves the management and maintenance of product information. In a PIM system, all relevant product data is centrally managed and stored or referenced in a media-neutral manner.

Various standards for Industry 4.0

For Industry 4.0, semantic standards must be established to assist in the description of products and technical documentation. The standards ECLASS, VDI 2770, and iiRDS are relevant in this context.