A tree of knowledge is a structure that is created from a document or different type of material via its semantic decomposition and structuring in the way that it identifies all important semantic entities. Every entity has to have a label and it is tagged, classified and placed in a tree structure. The tree structure is subsequently used by the semantic search.
A forest of knowledge is a set of related documents in a form of the knowledge trees with a joint search over these documents. An example of this product is a forest containing EU treaties or a law and its subordinate regulations.
A knowledge base is a combination of the trees of knowledge and forests of knowledge that completely covers a chosen domain.
Tree viewer is a free cloud environment for publishing the trees of knowledge and working with information within them. It doesn't require any special installation, the only requirement on the system is a working web browser. Tree viewer can be found on the portal Knowww.
Tree editor is a cloud environment for creating and maintaining the trees of knowledge.
There are many important regulations contained in GDPR or cyber security legislation to which organisations such as ministries, banks or companies must adhere. Being compliant with these regulations is not an easy task.
A summary of legal rights and obligations is a transformation of regulations from the legislation to a list of legal obligations and activities, which are necessary to ensure compliance with the law. For example, in GDPR there are 138 important obligations, many of them not straightforwardly obvious, resulting from the individual rights definition in this legislation.