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Linking enterprise data

Author: David Wood
Publisher: New York : Springer, ©2010.
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Enterprise data is growing at a much faster rate than traditional technologies allow. New enterprise architectures combining existing technologies are desperately needed. This book suggests a way forward by applying new techniques of the World Wide Web to enterprise information systems. Linking Enterprise Data is an edited volume contributed by worldwide leaders in Semantic Web and Linked Data research, standards  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Linking Enterprise Data.
Springer-Verlag New York Inc, 2010
(OCoLC)662409356
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Wood
ISBN: 9781441976659 1441976655 9781441976642 1441976647
OCLC Number: 693780088
Description: 1 online resource (xxvi, 291 p.)
Contents: Cover13; --
Linking Enterprise Data --
Preface --
Contents --
List of Contributors --
Acronyms --
Part I Why Link Enterprise Data? --
Semantic Web and the Linked Data Enterprise --
1 Social Data in the Enterprise --
2 The Linked Data Enterprise --
3 Examples --
4 Conclusions --
References --
The Role of Community-Driven Data Curation for Enterprises --
1 Introduction --
2 The Business Need for Curated Data --
3 Data Curation --
4 Community-based Curated Enterprise Data --
5 Case Study: Wikipedia --
The World Largest Open Digital Curation Community --
6 Case Study: The New York Times --
100 Years of Expert Data Curation --
7 Case Study: Thomson Reuters --
Data Curation, a Core Business Competency --
8 Case Study: ChemSpider --
Open Data Curation in the Global Chemistry Community --
9 Case Study: Protein Data Bank, Pre-competitive Bioinformatics --
10 Case Study Learnings --
11 Conclusion --
References --
Part II Approval and Support of Linked Data Projects --
Preparing for a Linked Data Enterprise --
1 Introduction --
2 The Cost of Linked Data --
3 Is your Organization Ready for Linked Data? --
4 The Linked Data Initiative --
5 A Decentralized Approach to Data Management --
6 Being On theWeb vs. In the Web --
7 Leverage Vocabularies --
8 A Simple Approach to Linked Data --
9 Conclusions --
References --
Selling and Building Linked Data: Drive Value and Gain Momentum --
1 The Data Burden --
2 Driving Value Principles --
3 Building a Team --
4 Committing to Something Bigger --
5 Putting it together --
6 Conclusions --
References --
Part III Techniques for Linking Enterprise Data --
Enhancing Enterprise 2.0 Ecosystems Using Semantic Web and Linked Data Technologies:The Sem SLATES Approach --
1 Introduction --
2 Issues with Current Enterprise 2.0 Ecosystems --
3 SemSLATES: A Social and Semantic Middleware Approach for Enterprise 2.0 --
4 Case-study: Enabling SemSLATES at EDF R & D --
5 Conclusion --
References --
Linking XBRL Financial Data --
1 Introduction --
2 Approach --
3 Results --
4 Evaluation --
5 Conclusions and Future Work --
References --
Scalable Reasoning Techniques for Semantic Enterprise Data --
1 Introduction --
2 Survey of Reasoning Techniques --
3 Bayesian Networks --
4 Unsupervised Reasoning --
5 Semantic Reasoning --
6 Semantic Reasoning vs. Business Intelligence --
7 Best Practices for Application Developers and System Integrators --
8 Summary --
References --
Reliable and Persistent Identification of Linked Data Elements --
1 Introduction --
2 Metadata Before the World Wide Web --
3 Metadata on the World Wide Web --
4 Persistent URLs --
5 Extending Persistent URLs for Web Resource Curation --
6 Redirection of URL Fragments --
7 Using Persistent URLs and Retrieved Metadata --
8 Federations of PURL Servers --
9 Conclusions and Further Work --
References --
Part IV Success Stories --
Linked Data for Fighting Global Hunger: Experiences in setting standards for Agricultural Information Management --
1 Agricultural information and Semantic Web --
2 Integrating access using Dublin Core metadata --
3 AGROVOC and specialized domain ontologies --
4 Networking, capacity development, and outreach --
References --
Enterprise Linked Data as Core Business Infrastructure --
1 Introduction --
2 Motiva.
Responsibility: David Wood, editor.
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