Using Semantic Web Technologies to Enable Interoperability of Disparate Information Systems

@inproceedings{SABBOUH2005UsingSW,
  title={Using Semantic Web Technologies to Enable Interoperability of Disparate Information Systems},
  author={Dr. Marwan SABBOUH and Dr. Joseph K. DEROSA and Ms. Susan A. POWERS and Mr. Scott R. BENNETT},
  year={2005}
}
This paper addresses the problem of integrating various data sources and web services in an enterprise that uses a service-oriented architecture. We take advantage of ubiquitous enterprise concepts like Types of Things, Time and Position (What, When and Where) and build a context ontology for each that relates all the various representations across the enterprise. Then, we use Information System data models, context ontologies and a small number of simple OWL/RDF mappings to enable information… CONTINUE READING
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