14 Ways to Use An Enterprise Ontology

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14 Ways to Use An Enterprise Ontology

An Enterprise Ontology is a formal (that is machine processible) description of the key information that is shared in your enterprise. It typically takes most organizations 3-6 months to build a reasonable first cut Enterprise Ontology. Before embarking on that kind of effort it might make sense to contemplate what you would do with one if you had one.

In this talk Dave McComb will describe 14 different applications for an enterprise ontology, drawn both from their own work with clients as well as the reported work of others. These 14 applications fall into two groups: seven design time applications and seven run time applications. One of his contentions is that any one of these applications could likely justify the effort of building the ontology, but the benefits multiply when the same ontology is applied to multiple applications.

Dave McComb is President of Semantic Arts, a consulting company specializing in helping large organizations adopt semantic technologies. Semantic Arts have worked with Procter & Gamble, Lexis Nexis, Sallie Mae, Sentara Healthcare, Colorado Childcare Enforcement and several agencies in Washington State. He was the co-founder and Program Chair for the Semantic Technology Conference, and wrote “Semantics in Business Systems.” He is a frequent speaker and writer.


Lunch: Wednesday, June 15, 2011

11:30-11:50 – Registration
12:00 – Luncheon

Club Greek w/Vine Ripened Tomato, English Cucumber, Olives & Feta
on Romaine w/Oregano & Lemon Vinaigrette

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• Chicken Breast Stuffed w/Wild Rice & Sundried Tomato w/ Roast Tomato & Basil Jus

or

• Pecan Crusted Goat Cheese on Grilled Mushrooms
(vegetarian main course, available by request on registration)

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Flourless Chocolate Cake w/Morello Cherry Compote

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Tea/Coffee Service

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Dave McComb

14 Ways to Use an Enterprise Ontology

2:15 – Closing

Location: Join us at the Albany Club 91 King Street East (King/Yonge subway )

The Albany Club has a business casual dress code. No jeans or athletic shoes please.

One complimentary poured drink (white/red house wine or non-alcoholic drink) will be served with luncheon

Date

Jun 15 2011
Expired!

Location

Albany Club 91 King Street East (King/Yonge subway )

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