Tag Archive for RDF

SmartData Webinar: The Yosemite Project for Healthcare Information Interoperability

Smart Data Webinar Series

This presentation was given in a live webinar on July 9, 2015. Smart Data Webinar: The Yosemite Project for Healthcare Information Interoperability To view just the slides from this presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar Healthcare data originates in a wide variety of data formats, data models and vocabularies, making information interoperability a major challenge.…

SmartData Webinar Slides: The Yosemite Project for Healthcare Information Interoperability

Smart Data Webinar Series

This presentation was given in a live webinar on July 9, 2015. SmartData Webinar Slides: The Yosemite Project for Healthcare Information interoperability from DATAVERSITY To view the On Demand recording of the presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar Healthcare data originates in a wide variety of data formats, data models and vocabularies, making information interoperability a major…

Aug 13 Smart Data Webinar: JSON-LD

Smart Data Webinar Series

DATE: August 13, 2015 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees About the Webinar The Semantic Web and its related technologies provide an incredibly powerful model for driving the cost of data integration down to nearly zero. So, how do we help developers who are overwhelmed, frightened or annoyed…

Giving Meaning to Your Data with Semantic Technology

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by Angela Guess Information Management contributor Tom Endyke recently wrote, “While organizations realize the potential of effectively incorporating data into multiple facets of their business, many are unsure as to how to best take action upon this insight. Consider the amount of data generated on an on-going basis in the financial services space alone; there…

The Time to Consider Graph Databases Has Come

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by Angela Guess Tony Agresta recently wrote in Tech Page One, “Graph databases are rapidly gaining traction in the market as an effective method for deciphering meaning but many people outside the space are unsure of what exactly this entails. Generally speaking, graph databases store data in a graph structure where entities are connected through…

A Look Inside Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC)

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by Angela Guess Published in the IBM DeveloperWorks library, Brian Sletten has begun a series of articles that explain “how large-scale data-integration problems are being addressed in useful, new ways. The series focuses incrementally on an exciting approach in the software lifecycle domain: the Open Services for Lifecycle Collaboration (OSLC) initiative. OSLC is based on…

Bringing the Semantic Web and Linked Data to All

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by Jennifer Zaino The Semantic Web and Linked Data promise so much to so many in the world. They provide the foundation for identifying and classifying content, while exposing, sharing, and connecting pieces of data on the Web via the W3C’s Resource Description Framework (RDF) standard. The vision revolves around increasing the Web’s usefulness and people’s access to…

2015: Envisioning The Year Ahead, Part 1

by Jennifer Zaino Just as it has been The Semantic Web Blog’s tradition to look back to the high points of the last year as we approach its end (see here and here), so too do we look ahead to expectations for the New Year, with the help of experts in the arena and its related fields.…

2014 Year In Review: Thanks For The Good Times, Part 2

by Jennifer Zaino Today we continue our look back at the best of times for The Semantic Web and related fields in 2014 (see here for our first story in this series): Ian Hersey, Saffron Chief Product Officer: Cognitive Computing in 2014 has certainly captured a lot of buzz, thanks in part to IBM’s strong…