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Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
Designing Enterprise Taxonomy
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Designing Enterprise Taxonomy

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This presentation defines taxonomy and the future and state of applied semantics to this emerging feild.

This presentation defines taxonomy and the future and state of applied semantics to this emerging feild.

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  • 1. Designing Enterprise Taxonomy<br />“Practical Use For Taxonomy Implementation”<br />
  • 2. What is Enterprise Taxonomy?<br />-Taxonomy is the practice and science of <br />Categorization &amp; Classification <br />
  • 3. Getting Started With Taxonomy<br />When thinking of Taxonomy it is advantageous to think Categorization &amp; Classification. <br /> Building findable linear structures is based upon the relationships and the clustering of related information.<br />Classifying multiple linear <br />
  • 4. Categorization &amp; Classification<br /> Defining usable structures that ensure a consistent and relevant experience for the end user.<br /> There are many mechanisms for categorization that range from alphabetizing to content classification. <br /> Classification comes after the categories of content are agreed upon.<br />“Liner categorization is an easy approach to simplistic data. Polyhierarchical categorization is used for categorizing complex relationships” -Raymond A. Monaco.<br />
  • 5. Polyhierarchical Structures<br />Classical Polyhierarchical Structure<br />
  • 6. The Linear Taxonomy Structure<br />
  • 7. The Taxonomy of Tagging<br />Having users tag data elements, will self identify large amounts of information.<br />-Raymond A. Monaco.<br />
  • 8. Relationships Between Classical Structures<br />The connections between structures defines the relationships, priorities and the value of these interconnections. The connective tissue it the focus not the artifacts.<br />-Raymond A. Monaco.<br />
  • 9. Practical Applications<br />What marketers and advertisers both need to understand is the importance of investing time into proper taxonomy.<br />All top web properties pay a significant amount of attention to their navigational elements, structure and findability. <br /><ul><li>Examples of companies that take Taxonomy very seriously.</li></li></ul><li>Semantic Ontology with Taxonomical Interoperability<br />Applied Semantic Heterogeneity<br />Semantically Associating Content<br />Dynamic Taxonomy Associations Based on Content Relationships<br />Heuristics applied to Taxonomy Dynamically<br />“The application of Semantic Ontology to Taxonomy Structures (Preferably Poly Hierarchical Structures) is a critical foundation to machine learning and Artificial Intelligence.” Quote, Raymond A. Monaco.<br />
  • 10. Social Media Taxonomy “Folksonomy”<br />This is an advanced topic, however once you have a taxonomy in place. The relationship between tagged entities will be more relatable and definable.<br />Building a structured focus for folksonomy is not the challenge, defining the success metrix is the exacting science.<br />
  • 11. The Future of Taxonomy<br />Dynamic Taxonomy<br />Semantic Taxonomy<br />Applied Ontology&amp;apos;s<br />Machine Learned Taxonomy<br />Dynamic Ontological &amp; Semantic Language Learning<br />Dynamic Tagging of Taxonomical Structures<br />Semantic Folksonomy<br />Machine Defined Floksonomy<br />
  • 12. How can you start change?<br />Company<br />877-627-6232<br />www.armadadigital.com<br />raymond@armadadigital.com<br />Web Blog<br />www.binarynewmedia.com<br />raymond@binarynewmedia.com<br />Twitter<br />http://twitter.com/armadadigital/<br />Linkedin<br />http://www.linkedin.com/in/monaco<br />Facebook<br />http://www.facebook.com/raymond.monaco<br />Contact us to get started.<br />

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