An Ontology-Based Data Exploration Tool for Key Performance Indicators

@inproceedings{Diamantini2014AnOD,
  title={An Ontology-Based Data Exploration Tool for Key Performance Indicators},
  author={Claudia Diamantini and Domenico Potena and Emanuele Storti and Haotian Zhang},
  booktitle={OTM Conferences},
  year={2014}
}
This paper describes the main functionalities of an ontology-based data explorer for Key Performance Indicators (KPI), aimed to support users in the extraction of KPI values from a shared repository. Data produced by partners of a Virtual Enterprise are semantically annotated through a domain ontology in which KPIs are described together with their mathematical formulas. Based on this model and on reasoning capabilities, the tool provides functionalities for dynamic aggregation of data and… 

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