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|Title: ||Policy conformance in the corporate blog space.|
|Authors: ||McArthur, Robert|
Bruza, Peter D.
|Editors: ||Kagal, Lalana|
|Keywords: ||Semantic space|
|Issue Date: ||May-2005|
|Citation: ||MCARTHUR, R., BRUZA, P. D. and SONG, D., 2005. Policy conformance in the corporate blog space. In: L. KAGAL, T. FININ and J. HENDLER, eds. Policy Management for the Web : a workshop held at the 14th International World Wide Conference, Tuesday 10 May 2005, Chiba, Japan. pp. 21-28.|
|Abstract: ||This paper describes part of a solution to the interpretation of human-readable policy documents into semi-automatic conformance checking. Using a socio-cognitively motivated representation of shared knowledge, and applying appropriate inference mechanisms from a normative perspective, a mechanism to automatically detect potentially non-conforming blog entries is detailed. Candidate non-conforming blog entries are flagged for a human to make a judgement on whether they should be published. Analysis of data from a public corporate blog is analysed and results suggest the methodology has merit.|
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