Alessandro Bartolucci

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We illustrate the usefulness of an Ontology-Based Data Management (OBDM) approach to develop an open information system, allowing for a deep level of interoperability among different databases, and accounting for additional dimensions of data quality compared to the standard dimensions of the OECD (Quality framework and guidelines for OECD statistical(More)
This paper proposes an Ontology-Based Data Management (OBDM) approach to coordinate, integrate and maintain the data needed for Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) policy development. The OBDM approach is a form of integration of information in which the global schema of data is substituted by the conceptual model of the domain, formally specified(More)
The OBDM approach in a nutshell The key idea of OBDM is to resort to a three-level architecture, constituted by the ontology, the sources, and the mapping between the two. The ontology is a conceptual, formal description of the domain of interest to a given organization (or, a community of users), expressed in terms of relevant concepts, attributes of(More)
This paper proposes an Ontology-Based Data Management (OBDM) approach to a multi-dimensional research assessment. It is shown that an OBDM approach is able to take into account the recent trends in quantitative studies of Science, Technology and Innovation, including computerization of bibliometrics, multidimensionality of research assessment, altmetrics,(More)
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