Panel on linked data in enterprise information systems ICEIS 2013

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Panel on linked data in enterprise information systems ICEIS 2013

  1. 1. one web of linked resources fabien gandon
  2. 2. 3S < 3R << nR “it is not so much about 3S (service, social, semantics) it is about many R” (resources)
  3. 3. 3S < 3R << nR “it is not so much about 3S (service, social, semantics) it is about many R” (resources) everything is a resource (RDF)
  4. 4. 3S < 3R << nR “it is not so much about 3S (service, social, semantics) it is about many R” (resources) everything is a resource (RDF) every resource can be identified on the web (URI)
  5. 5. 3S < 3R << nR “it is not so much about 3S (service, social, semantics) it is about many R” (resources) everything is a resource (RDF) every resource can be identified on the web (URI) every resource on the web is a ‘service’ (HTTP)
  6. 6. 3S < 3R << nR “it is not so much about 3S (service, social, semantics) it is about many R” (resources) everything is a resource (RDF) every resource can be identified on the web (URI) every resource on the web is a ‘service’ (HTTP) every resource representation is calculated (HTML)
  7. 7. 3S < 3R << nR “it is not so much about 3S (service, social, semantics) it is about many R” (resources) everything is a resource (RDF) every resource can be identified on the web (URI) every resource on the web is a ‘service’ (HTTP) every resource representation is calculated (HTML)
  8. 8. semantic web / semantic web
  9. 9. semantic web / semantic web what semantics? – several formalisms (RDFS, OWL, RIF, SKOS, SPARQL) and models (ontologies, folksonomies, thesauri) – frictions and bridges between them
  10. 10. semantic web / semantic web what semantics? – several formalisms (RDFS, OWL, RIF, SKOS, SPARQL) and models (ontologies, folksonomies, thesauri) – frictions and bridges between them what makes an application a SW application? – import/export data and schemas on the web – links to other data and schemas on the web – preferably using standards of the web “but before all, the web is about linking”
  11. 11. linked data as an interface
  12. 12. linked data as an interface • linked open data & linked closed data (access, licenses)
  13. 13. linked data as an interface • linked open data & linked closed data (access, licenses) • linked enterprise data – link out, link in, link inside – trust, justification, explanation certification linked data
  14. 14. semantics as an interface
  15. 15. • linked open schemas & linked closed schemas semantics as an interface
  16. 16. • linked open schemas & linked closed schemas • linked enterprise schemas – link out, link in, link inside – trust, justification, explanation certification semantics as an interface linked schemas
  17. 17. linked data and schemas as an interface between all resources • linked open data and schemas • linked closed data and schemas linking links & semantics
  18. 18. one web of linked resources fabien gandon, @fabien_gandon http://fabien.info

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