A SEMANTIC-BASED ARCHITECTURE FORMANAGING KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVEORGANIZATIONS:THE ARISTOTELE PLATFORMP. Del Nostro, F. Orciuo...
Outline ARISTOTELE Project Overview of the architecture Tools Services Data Linked Data Layer (LDL) Models for the ...
ARISTOTELE Project Personalized Learning & Collaborative WorkingEnvironments Fostering Social Creativity and InnovationsI...
ARISTOTELE Project Objectives To develop models, methodologies, technologies and tools tosupport the development of comp...
ARISTOTELE Platform A designed and integrated set of online services thatprovide workers, managers and trainers with tool...
Overview of the platform Information Space structured and un-structured data (i.e.Web pages, databases, documents,etc.)...
Building blocksStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 20127
Tools Tools build up the presentation layer provide a set of conceptually-related functionalitiesin order to help worker...
Personal Working and LearningEnvironment (PWLE) Purpose assisting the knowledge worker in his/her daily workingactivitie...
Learning Experience Generation(LEG) Purpose provides workers with suitable contents and didacticapproaches generates, a...
Human Resource Management (HRM) Purpose supporting competence gap analysis supporting team and group formation support...
Social Collaboration and Networking (CN) Purpose exploits methodologies and techniques to combineadaptive learning strat...
Knowledge Management (KM) Purpose providing a set of tools a set of tools which supportorganizational knowledge building...
Services Architecture design inspired by SOA principles Standardized interface (platform independent) Loose Coupling D...
Services Base Services User Authentication User Profile Services Business Connectivity ServicesStefano Paolozzi - ESE ...
Core Services Knowledge Management System Service Knowledge Extraction Knowledge BuildingStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, P...
Core Services Linked Data Layer (LDL) enables data access for tools and other services provides the aggregation of info...
Core Services Recommender System provides information filtering in order to recommendinformation items that are likely t...
Core Services Social Networking provides information filtering in order to recommendinformation items that are likely to...
Data Heterogeneous information RDBMS Sharepoint contents RDF/OWL repositories 3 «kinds» of data Content Data Semant...
Business Data Data managed by the tools are built by merginginformation from content and semantic data intoclasses these...
Business EntitiesDataContent Data Semantic DataBusiness DataServiceToolBEBEService ServiceBE BEBESPContentTypeContent Data...
Linked Data LayerLinkedDataLayerContent Data Semantic DataBEOpen Linked DataURI: http://.../actualresourceStefano Paolozzi...
External Data ARISTOTELEMigration from external applicationsContentDataBESemantic DataLDLUnstructured DataData adapterStru...
Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Four semantic models representing the knowledge domains the personal worker’s...
Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Well-known semantic technologies integrationStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos...
Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Knowledge Model Knowledge concerning enterprise assets strategies, processes,...
Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Competence Model Competence descriptions in terms of Knowledge, Skillsand Atti...
Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Worker Model representation of workers inside their organization,including pe...
Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Learning Experience Model provides a representation of the elements required t...
Conclusion Conceptual Models for representing semanticinformation in the enterprise Implementation of a semantic platfor...
THANKS FOR YOURATTENTION !!!ARISTOTELE Projecthttp://www.aristotele-ip.eupaolozzi@crmpa.itContacts:
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A semantic-based architecture for managing knowledge-intensive organizations: the ARISTOTELE platform

  1. 1. A SEMANTIC-BASED ARCHITECTURE FORMANAGING KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVEORGANIZATIONS:THE ARISTOTELE PLATFORMP. Del Nostro, F. Orciuoli, S. Paolozzi, P. Ritrovato, D. TotiStefano PaolozziCentro di Matematica Pura e Applicata - CRMPAUniversity of Salerno, ItalyESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 2012ARISTOTELE Project - http://www.aristotele-ip.eu
  2. 2. Outline ARISTOTELE Project Overview of the architecture Tools Services Data Linked Data Layer (LDL) Models for the representation of the knowledge-intensive enterprise ConclusionStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 20122
  3. 3. ARISTOTELE Project Personalized Learning & Collaborative WorkingEnvironments Fostering Social Creativity and InnovationsInside the Organizations Integrated Project (IP) co-funded by the EuropeanCommission FP7 Theme ICT-2009.4.2, Technology Enhanced Learning,Grant Agreement no. 257886 8 partners from 4 European countries 4 Academics 2 Industrials 2 PilotsStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 20123
  4. 4. ARISTOTELE Project Objectives To develop models, methodologies, technologies and tools tosupport the development of competencies andcreativity by self-organizing, acquiring, processing andsharing of information and knowledge inside the enterprise To support the day-by-day activities of the knowledgeworkers (Reinhardt et al. 2011) Target Medium-large “knowledge-intensive” enterpriseStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 20124
  5. 5. ARISTOTELE Platform A designed and integrated set of online services thatprovide workers, managers and trainers with tools andresources to support and enhance the emergence oftheir competences and creativityStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 20125
  6. 6. Overview of the platform Information Space structured and un-structured data (i.e.Web pages, databases, documents,etc.) Semantics Services Business logic, Data access Composable Tools Interface for the final users Composable External application integrationStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 20126
  7. 7. Building blocksStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 20127
  8. 8. Tools Tools build up the presentation layer provide a set of conceptually-related functionalitiesin order to help worker activities.Stefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 20128
  9. 9. Personal Working and LearningEnvironment (PWLE) Purpose assisting the knowledge worker in his/her daily workingactivities, by acting as a methodological andtechnological integrator for most of the other tools supports learning and knowledge activities, connectsworkers with each other, and contributes to theorganizational knowledgeStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 20129
  10. 10. Learning Experience Generation(LEG) Purpose provides workers with suitable contents and didacticapproaches generates, adapts and manages personalized learningexperiences tailored to the organizational objectives.Stefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201210
  11. 11. Human Resource Management (HRM) Purpose supporting competence gap analysis supporting team and group formation supporting competence development for internalresources, and recruitmentStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201211
  12. 12. Social Collaboration and Networking (CN) Purpose exploits methodologies and techniques to combineadaptive learning strategies with non-adaptiveemergent competence change, based on serendipitousexploitation of other peoples knowledge madeavailable in social networksStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201212
  13. 13. Knowledge Management (KM) Purpose providing a set of tools a set of tools which supportorganizational knowledge building and maintenance(merging, matching, versioning) in a (semi)automaticwayStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201213
  14. 14. Services Architecture design inspired by SOA principles Standardized interface (platform independent) Loose Coupling Discoverability Composability Abstraction ReusabilityStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201214
  15. 15. Services Base Services User Authentication User Profile Services Business Connectivity ServicesStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201215
  16. 16. Core Services Knowledge Management System Service Knowledge Extraction Knowledge BuildingStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201216
  17. 17. Core Services Linked Data Layer (LDL) enables data access for tools and other services provides the aggregation of information distributedover heterogeneous sourcesStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201217
  18. 18. Core Services Recommender System provides information filtering in order to recommendinformation items that are likely to be of interest to ta worker.Stefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201218
  19. 19. Core Services Social Networking provides information filtering in order to recommendinformation items that are likely to be of interest to ta worker.Stefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201219
  20. 20. Data Heterogeneous information RDBMS Sharepoint contents RDF/OWL repositories 3 «kinds» of data Content Data Semantic Data Business DataStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201220
  21. 21. Business Data Data managed by the tools are built by merginginformation from content and semantic data intoclasses these sets of classes are called Business Entities A Business Entity has the role of decoupling thecommunication and the management of data at abusiness level from the nature of the actual datasources.Stefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201221
  22. 22. Business EntitiesDataContent Data Semantic DataBusiness DataServiceToolBEBEService ServiceBE BEBESPContentTypeContent DataAR-ModelsSemantic DataBusiness EntitiesBusiness DataGOAL• GUID• Title• Description• DateFrom• DateToGOAL• URI• Title• DescriptionGOAL• URI• GUID• Title• Description• DateFrom• DateToXMLMappingSP2BEXMLMappingRDF2BEStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201222
  23. 23. Linked Data LayerLinkedDataLayerContent Data Semantic DataBEOpen Linked DataURI: http://.../actualresourceStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201224
  24. 24. External Data ARISTOTELEMigration from external applicationsContentDataBESemantic DataLDLUnstructured DataData adapterStructuredDataKMSSStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201225
  25. 25. Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Four semantic models representing the knowledge domains the personal worker’s competences and profiles(including knowledge, skill, attitudes, and preferences) the enterprise knowledge including objectives and skills(concerning learning and businesses activities) the context and the didactical approachesStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201226
  26. 26. Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Well-known semantic technologies integrationStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201227
  27. 27. Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Knowledge Model Knowledge concerning enterprise assets strategies, processes, activities, documentation, and, ingeneral, all the output generated by workers Knowledge concerning organization-specific information lightweight ontologies meant to provide a sharedclassification of the organizations resources and entities Knowledge concerning training Representation of the educational domain that may beexploited by a companyStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201228
  28. 28. Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Competence Model Competence descriptions in terms of Knowledge, Skillsand Attitudes (KSA) competences of a worker and the evidence of theiracquisition competences needed to fulfill a particular role/job (jobdescription)Stefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201229
  29. 29. Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Worker Model representation of workers inside their organization,including personal information social activities and relationships learning preferences and needs Working activities and involvementsStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201230
  30. 30. Models for Knowledge-IntensiveEnterprises Learning Experience Model provides a representation of the elements required tosupport the generation of personalized learningexperiencesStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201231
  31. 31. Conclusion Conceptual Models for representing semanticinformation in the enterprise Implementation of a semantic platform for enterprisemanagement (tool & services) Architecture based on SOA principles Linked Data Layer to manage the knowledge thusrepresented and make it accessible by both theinternal components and external tools TODO ExperimentationStefano Paolozzi - ESE 2012, Paphos, November 28th, 201232
  32. 32. THANKS FOR YOURATTENTION !!!ARISTOTELE Projecthttp://www.aristotele-ip.eupaolozzi@crmpa.itContacts:

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