Limits and Extension of LODPosition Paper Semantic Summit 2011Dr. Jörg Wurzer, iQser AG
1.Limits and Extension of LODLOD is a great vision but limited for industry solutions     Limited to standardized RDF data...
2.Limits and Extension of LODExtended approach to build smart industry solutions     Extension to any data by efficient sem...
3.Limits and Extension of LODBottom-up versus top-down-approach           Ontologies              Data models             ...
4.Limits and Extension of LODPotential research activities     SPARQL endpoint for uniform information layer     Using a q...
Dr. Jörg Wurzer, iQser AGMember of the Boardjoerg.wurzer@iqser.netwww.iqser.comwww.twitter.com/jwurzerwww.youtube.com/iqser
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STI Summit 2011 - Limits of LOD

  1. 1. Limits and Extension of LODPosition Paper Semantic Summit 2011Dr. Jörg Wurzer, iQser AG
  2. 2. 1.Limits and Extension of LODLOD is a great vision but limited for industry solutions Limited to standardized RDF data Today‘s companies distributed data in various formats and silos Limited to standardized URIs for links Convention for identifiers are not practicable for distributed corporate data silos Limited scalability for corporate solutions Migration of existing data into a triple store multiplies the amount of data Limited to read access of data No data production, processing or transactions in real time disqualifies LOD Shifting the problem of heterogeneity LOD shifts the problem to the heterogeneity of identifier and ontologies
  3. 3. 2.Limits and Extension of LODExtended approach to build smart industry solutions Extension to any data by efficient semantic integration Real benefit an potential by mixing up LOD with any existing data with bottom-up- approach Extension to dynamic links by semantic analysis Productively used and enriched LOD by dynamic links of any data beyond RDF and URIs. Extension to linked actions including graph manipulation Productively used LOD by linking data with actions to enable new business models. Extension to scalable persistency concepts Industry ready by a scalable, lean persistency layer without federation or migration Extension to uniform information layer Simplifies access of LOD for existing data silos and formats and adaption of ontologies
  4. 4. 3.Limits and Extension of LODBottom-up versus top-down-approach Ontologies Data models Data Model Concept Graph Object Graph Conventional: Top-down (Ontology) (Linked Concept Graph) (Linked Data Graph) Manual Mapping Automatically derived iQser: Bottom-up DB DB DB DB Files Web DB DB
  5. 5. 4.Limits and Extension of LODPotential research activities SPARQL endpoint for uniform information layer Using a query language standard to query graphs in a complex way to benefit from the real potential of aggregated and linked data beyond LOD and RDF. Performing ontologies on data sets generically Bridging the gab between abstract domain knowledge and real data by automatically performed ontologies in an analyzer chain. Consuming and producing LOD generically Benefit from mixing up LOD to enrich internal company data and publish internal data to the LOD cloud for new business models in an automatically process.
  6. 6. Dr. Jörg Wurzer, iQser AGMember of the Boardjoerg.wurzer@iqser.netwww.iqser.comwww.twitter.com/jwurzerwww.youtube.com/iqser

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