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* Data/Entity Representation in Different Contexts and Frames of Reference
 
* Data/Entity Representation in Different Contexts and Frames of Reference
 
* It provides a brief overview of data as a representation of reality as seen by different people, systems, institutions, etc., in their respective contexts and from their perspectives. It also discusses context-shifting events and how they create interoperability challenges. Lastly if offers up some thoughts on the importance of being aware of context assumptions and being explicit about them when feasible.
 
* It provides a brief overview of data as a representation of reality as seen by different people, systems, institutions, etc., in their respective contexts and from their perspectives. It also discusses context-shifting events and how they create interoperability challenges. Lastly if offers up some thoughts on the importance of being aware of context assumptions and being explicit about them when feasible.
[[DeanAllemang|Dean Allemang]] [http://workingontologist.com/ WorkingOntologist]
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[[DeanAllemang|Dean Allemang]] [http://workingontologist.com/ WorkingOntologist] [https://s3.amazonaws.com/ontologforum/OntologySummit2018/IntegrationInteroperability/FIBOandCesium-DeanAllemang_20180321.pptx Slides in pptx format]
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FIBO and Cesium
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Nobody ever wants to be the first to deploy a new technology in any particular industry, even though successful new technologies can provide a competitive edge to the early movers.  But since most technology innovations fail, there is a strong deterrent to trying something new.  This is the case with semantic web solutions, in particular linked data and ontologies, in Finance. 
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But the first move has already happened.  This talk is about a successful deployment of semantic web technology in a major investment bank, that has been operating in production for a few years.  The use case is a classic one for enterprise integration; that of sustainable extensibility - we have to build an enterprise data system that can be extended, but in a sustainable way, so that extensions don't cost more just because more time has passed.
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We describe the system in detail, and then compare it to FIBO, a modern effort to build a standard reference ontology for the finance industry.  What could the deployment from three years ago have learned from FIBO if it had existed at the time?  What can FIBO learn from a successful, long-term deployment? 
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We will examine both projects in detail and explore these relationships.
  
 
== Conference Call Information ==
 
== Conference Call Information ==

Revision as of 14:10, 20 March 2018

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Session Contexts for Integration and Interoperability
Duration 1.5 hour
Date/Time Mar 21 2018 16:00 GMT
9:00am PDT/12:00pm EDT
4:00pm GMT/5:00pm CET
Convener CoryCasanave and RaviSharma

Contents

Ontology Summit 2018 Contexts for Integration and Interoperability Session 2     (2)

Agenda     (2A)

  • Data/Entity Representation in Different Contexts and Frames of Reference     (2A2)
  • It provides a brief overview of data as a representation of reality as seen by different people, systems, institutions, etc., in their respective contexts and from their perspectives. It also discusses context-shifting events and how they create interoperability challenges. Lastly if offers up some thoughts on the importance of being aware of context assumptions and being explicit about them when feasible.     (2A3)

FIBO and Cesium     (2A5)

Nobody ever wants to be the first to deploy a new technology in any particular industry, even though successful new technologies can provide a competitive edge to the early movers. But since most technology innovations fail, there is a strong deterrent to trying something new. This is the case with semantic web solutions, in particular linked data and ontologies, in Finance.     (2A6)

But the first move has already happened. This talk is about a successful deployment of semantic web technology in a major investment bank, that has been operating in production for a few years. The use case is a classic one for enterprise integration; that of sustainable extensibility - we have to build an enterprise data system that can be extended, but in a sustainable way, so that extensions don't cost more just because more time has passed.     (2A7)

We describe the system in detail, and then compare it to FIBO, a modern effort to build a standard reference ontology for the finance industry. What could the deployment from three years ago have learned from FIBO if it had existed at the time? What can FIBO learn from a successful, long-term deployment?     (2A8)

We will examine both projects in detail and explore these relationships.     (2A9)

Conference Call Information     (2B)

    • Instructions: once you got access to the page, click on the "settings" button, and identify yourself (by modifying the Name field from "anonymous" to your real name, like "JaneDoe").     (2B5A)
    • You can indicate that you want to ask a question verbally by clicking on the "hand" button, and wait for the moderator to call on you; or, type and send your question into the chat window at the bottom of the screen.     (2B5B)
  • This session, like all other Ontolog events, is open to the public. Information relating to this session is shared on this wiki page.     (2B6)
  • Please note that this session may be recorded, and if so, the audio archive is expected to be made available as open content, along with the proceedings of the call to our community membership and the public at-large under our prevailing open IPR policy.     (2B7)

Attendees     (2C)

Proceedings     (2D)

Resources     (2E)

Previous Meetings     (2F)


Next Meetings     (2G)