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How to build smart applications based on linked data and semantic technologies

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  • 1. Webinar: Semantic Web for Developers March 20, 2013 Jürgen Jakobitsch Florian Huber Andreas Blumauer Semantic Web Company www.semantic-web.at www.poolparty.biz
  • 2. Andreas Blumauer: IntroductionJürgen Jakobitsch: PoolParty APIFlorian Huber: Apps and Examples Q&A
  • 3. About Solving the Semantic Puzzle§ Semantic Web Company was founded 2001 in Vienna, Austria§ 20 experts in information management, semantic web, text mining, coding, consulting & research§ Product: PoolParty Suite (launched 2009)§ Serving global 500 companies§ EU- & US-based consulting services
  • 4. Customers§ World Bank § Pearson§ Roche Diagnostics § REEEP§ Credit Suisse § British Museum§ Wolters Kluwer § Education Services§ Biogen Idec Australia§ Wood MacKenzie § Daimler
  • 5. Solutions we o!er
  • 6. The core: Knowledge models Teach machines to extract meaning from data
  • 7. Thesaurus Editor
  • 8. Usage of open semantic standardsLet your knowledge grow! 3. Align with § the „Semantic Web“ is a stack of enterprise data standards developed by W3C § extend local knowledge bases with a wealth of data from the web 2. Enrich graph with linked data § E.g. Freebase (Google), E.U., U.S., BBC, BestBuy, GeneOntology etc. 1. Create a knowledge § use standards also for graph internal data integration
  • 9. Technologies§100% Java§Application server and operating systems: Tomcat (Linux or Windows Server)§Database: Sesame RDF Triple Store (shipped together with PoolParty)§Programming Language (Client): Browser-based (Javascript/AJAX: YUI and ExtJS)§Thesaurus Server provides: §Web-based thesaurus editor (back end) §Web-based linked data front end §Wiki for collaborative vocabulary management §SPARQL endpoint per thesaurus §Thesaurus API (RESTful services for CRUD methods) §Admin dashboard (manage rollback mechanisms)§PoolParty Extractor and PoolParty Search are based on Apache Solr
  • 10. Andreas Blumauer: IntroductionJürgen Jakobitsch: PoolParty APIFlorian Huber: Apps and Examples Q&A
  • 11. PoolParty: APIs at a glance§ Dereference § JNDI § MimeTypes § Bindable Local Repository § URI formats Manager § PPTSystem§ SPARQL 1.1 § RepositoryConnections § ASK, SELECT, CONSTRUCT § Aggregate functions § PPX § Property Path § Extraction Service § Custom SPARQL functions § Mapping Service § Suggest Service§ PPT - API § Project Services § PPS § List Services § Search Service § Thesaurus Services § Similarity Service § Suggest Service
  • 12. customized semantic applications end-user cms E X TR AC TOR wiki / browser Wiki/PP Browser RDF Graph Storecontent manager PPT, PPX, PPS API (REST) SPARQL endpoint Linked data front end developer thesaurus editor admin dashboard thesaurus manager THESAURUS SERVER
  • 13. Try it out!http://developer.poolparty.biz/
  • 14. Andreas Blumauer: IntroductionJürgen Jakobitsch: PoolParty APIFlorian Huber: Apps and Examples Q&A
  • 15. Integration & Solutions● GBPN: http://www.gbpn.org/● reegle API: http://api.reegle.info/● PoolParty Semantic Search: http://pilot7.poolparty.biz/search/● Concept Drift: http://pilot7.poolparty.biz/conceptDrift/
  • 16. Global Buildings Performance Network Knowledge platform using Semantic Technologies and Linked Open Data “… aims to help the building sector e!ectively reduce its impact on climate change.” Built on Drupal CMS Consistent Tagging of Blog entries and RSS feeds: LOD GBPN Taxonomy Provide a common terminology and facilitate international research collaboration
  • 17. GBPN Thesaurus Connected to PoolParty Server to use Semantic Technologies and LOD● Thesaurus development and management● Synchronization over SPARQL endpoint and RDF/XML
  • 18. GBPN.org based on DrupalPoolParty Thesaurus Manager Drupal taxonomy RDF/XML
  • 19. reegle API: goalsProvides an API for Automatic Tag Extraction and aContent Pool in the "eld of clean energy and climaterelevant resources.Consistently tagged documents make information moreaccessible.Tagged documents can be stored in a common semanticindex, the reegle API content pool.
  • 20. reegle API: core functionsAutomatic Tag Extraction Content Pool
  • 21. reegle API usersUse Cases & ExamplesOpenEIProvides a widget to suggest related articlesto their readers.EldisUses the reegle API to o!er their users a“what do we mean by” info box that includesde"nitions and synonyms.weAdaptA knowledge sharing and collaborationplatform which uses the reegle API forconsistent tagging, ensuring consistency ofmessage.
  • 22. reegle API servicesAPI Documentation● Extract Service● Content Pool Push Service● Similar Documents Service*● Recommended Documents Service** with Request Builder
  • 23. reegle API dashboardDashboard
  • 24. reegle API request builder Request Builder
  • 25. reegle API statisticsStatistics – Extraction & Content Pool
  • 26. Learn morePoolParty videos§ PoolParty Suite Overview§ PoolParty Thesaurus Manager 3.1§ Creating seed vocabularies with SKOSsy DocumentationDemozone§ Knowledge discoverer FAQs§ PoolParty Search
  • 27. Contact Andreas Blumauer CEO, Semantic Web Company GmbH Neubaugasse 1/8 A-1070 Vienna +43 1 4021235 a.blumauer@semantic-web.at www.semantic-web.at www.poolparty.bizPartner network