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Cory Casanave

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This was a presentation from the November 2009 workshop in the Open Government Directive Workshop Series.

This was a presentation from the November 2009 workshop in the Open Government Directive Workshop Series.

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  • 1. Linked Open Architectures for Open Government Integrated knowledge for and about the enterprise EKB Cory Casanave, President Model Driven Solutions Cory-c (at) ModelDriven (dot) com
  • 2. Enterprise Knowledge Base (EKB)
    • Based on work for the GSA OCIO
      • Open Source eGov Reference Architecture (OSERA)
        • George Thomas & Rick Murphy
        • OISP Project
      • Continuing work under ModelDriven.org
    • Alpha open source release
      • http://www.ModelDriven.org
      • Open “Model Server” deployed for evaluation
    • Underlying Technologies
      • Semantic Web - Anzo RDF Repository
      • Java & Modeling - Eclipse & Eclipse EMF
      • Standards - OMG XMI & UML, W3C RDF, SPARQL
  • 3. Open Architectures for Open Government
    • Transparency
      • Transparency means visibility of information, this information includes the processes, resources, services, data descriptions and policies of government. This information is captured in various kinds of architecture, the most useful being architectures as models
    • Collaboration
      • Collaboration requires an understanding between independent parties, we have to understand what each has to offer in a common vocabulary and the rules of engagement – again, captured in architectures
    • Participation
      • Participation is transparency with collaboration. Moving beyond human to human networking will require architectural data about how to participate
    You can only leverage what you understand!
  • 4. Fragmented Knowledge
  • 5. Federated Knowledge
  • 6. Integrated as Part of the Global Linked Open Data Cloud Linked and Connected Knowledge has more value To your organization, to your supply chain and stakeholders
  • 7. Supporting Stakeholder Viewpoints Different stakeholders need different views of the same information
  • 8. Driven by Business
  • 9. Thank You!
    • Open Modeling Community
    • EKB
    • ModelPro
    • GAIN Initiative
    • fUML
    • Architecture Services
    • Service Oriented Architecture
    • Business Process Modeling
    • Semantic Web
    • Enterprise Architecture
    • Business Architecture
    • Systems Architecture
    • Model Driven Architecture
    http://www.modeldriven.com Cory Casanave