Tag Archive for OWL

Semantic Web Jobs: Automation Technologies, Inc.

Automation Technologies, Inc. is looking for a “Senior Java Developer with an Ontology background” in the Fort George Meade, Maryland area. The position requires an Active Top Secret/SCI (TS/SCI) with Polygraph Clearance.   This is an additional position added to the ATI team. While the main role is Java development, the person in this role…

Semantic Web Job: Healthline

Healthline Networks is seeking an Informatics Sr. Java Software Engineer in San Francisco, California. This position offers the opportunity to “Work with dynamic Engineering and Medical Informatics Teams to enhance Healthline’s medical ontology. Healthline is a web health technology company, employing tools for the future.” The Responsibilities include: “Design and implement algorithms for integrating medical…

A Look Into Learning SPARQL With Author Bob DuCharme

The second edition of Bob DuCharme’s Learning SPARQL debuted this summer. The Semantic Web Blog connected with DuCharme – who is director of digital media solutions at TopQuadrant, the author of other works including XML: The Annotated Specification, and also a welcome speaker both at the Semantic Technology & Business Conference and our Semantic Web Blog…

The Business Value of Reasoning with Ontologies

[Editor’s note: this guest post was co-written by Héctor Pérez-Urbina (Clark & Parsia) and Juan Sequeda (Capsenta)] Important enterprise business logic is often buried deep within a complex ecosystem of applications. Domain constraints and assumptions, as well as the main actors and the relations with one another, exist only implicitly in thousands of lines of…

Introduction to: Reasoners

Reasoning is the task of deriving implicit facts from a set of given explicit facts. These facts can be expressed in OWL 2 ontologies and stored RDF triplestores. For example, the following fact: “a Student is a Person,” can be expressed in an ontology, while the fact: “Bob is a Student,” can be stored in…

SemTechBiz Puts Spotlight On Financial Industry Business Ontology

The financial services industry is taking to semantic tech in an important way, and that’s in the form of the Financial Industry Business Ontology (FIBO), which aims to standardize the language used to precisely define the terms, conditions, and characteristics of financial instruments; the legal and relationship structure of business entities; the content and time…

Gartner Names Semantic Technologies To Its Top Technology Trends Impacting Information Infrastructure in 2013

Semantic technologies have made it to Gartner’s list of the top technology trends that will impact information infrastructure this year. The research firm yesterday released the list of nine trends that it says will play key roles in modernizing information management and in making the role of information governance increasingly important. Semantic technologies come in…