Designing Enterprise Taxonomy


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Designing Enterprise Taxonomy

  1. 1. Designing Enterprise Taxonomy<br />“Practical Use For Taxonomy Implementation”<br />
  2. 2. What is Enterprise Taxonomy?<br />-Taxonomy is the practice and science of <br />Categorization & Classification <br />
  3. 3. Getting Started With Taxonomy<br />When thinking of Taxonomy it is advantageous to think Categorization & Classification. <br /> Building findable linear structures is based upon the relationships and the clustering of related information.<br />Classifying multiple linear <br />
  4. 4. Categorization & 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. 5. Polyhierarchical Structures<br />Classical Polyhierarchical Structure<br />
  6. 6. The Linear Taxonomy Structure<br />
  7. 7. The Taxonomy of Tagging<br />Having users tag data elements, will self identify large amounts of information.<br />-Raymond A. Monaco.<br />
  8. 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. 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. 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. 11. The Future of Taxonomy<br />Dynamic Taxonomy<br />Semantic Taxonomy<br />Applied Ontology&apos;s<br />Machine Learned Taxonomy<br />Dynamic Ontological & Semantic Language Learning<br />Dynamic Tagging of Taxonomical Structures<br />Semantic Folksonomy<br />Machine Defined Floksonomy<br />
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