5 Apr clashes with BCS-FACS meeting.
I agree with pellyadolfo.
Our ontology supports organisational intelligence
It is based on an ontology (metaphysical sense)
that makes responsible human beings key to
making and maintaining meanings.
Our ontology (IT sense) cut systems costs,
especially for maintenance in evolving environments and of
systems integration or inter-operation.
I'm willing to present and would
prefer to use a case familar to the audience - suggestions?
0 · March 9, 2011
Frank Hellwig changed the date and time to Friday, April 08, 2011 at 8:00 PM
January 28, 2011
Hi, I would love to meet people building/planning services using ontologies, or related tech. We recently wrote about how we use "linked data", our own rdf schemas (lightweight ontologies), SPARQL, ... in a non-public manner to support our information systems . Our software architecture benefits from SW to solve a real problem.
 Enterprise Linked Data as Core Business Infrastructure in book Linking Enterprise Data http://4store.org/publications/...
0 · January 28, 2011
Despite I come from the syntactic/real world, I am very interested in this idea.
However, what I do not see is "instruments" in current (no-)market to bring any ideas forward.
From my point of view, software providers which have dressed their offer with ESB clothes have made a big mistake, and this bring enterprise IT to a cul-de-sac. I do not thing this would have happened in a real and healthy market
IMHO, we are trying to make machines think as humans and this is wrong.
0 · August 27, 2010