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[InetBib] Call for Participation -- Tutorial: Enterprise Linked Data Strategies & the Commercialization of Interlinked Data @ ESWC 2015
- Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 18:12:53 +0000
- From: Pellegrini Tassilo <Tassilo.Pellegrini@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [InetBib] Call for Participation -- Tutorial: Enterprise Linked Data Strategies & the Commercialization of Interlinked Data @ ESWC 2015
=== Apologies for cross-posting ===
Call for Participation: ELDSCID 2015
Tutorial: Enterprise Linked Data Strategies & the Commercialization of
Interlinked Data (ELDSCID 2015)
@European Semantic Web Conference 2015 (ESWC2015), Portoroz, Slovenia - 31st
May 2015 (morning session)
Conference Web-Site: http://2015.eswc-conferences.org/
=== Abstract ===
The adoption of Linked Data technologies in enterprises in order to improve
methods of Data Integration and to introduce new approaches for a more
efficient Information Management is becoming increasingly popular. This trend
is complemented by activities aimed at commercializing Interlinked (Open) Data,
mainly undertaken by publishers and media companies. While professional
information providers work on Linked Data infrastructures to be able to deliver
better linkable information assets on a more granular level, enterprises are in
the process of redesigning information strategies and content workflows.
Ultimate goals are heading towards a more efficient reuse and enrichment of
knowledge assets and the personalisation of information services.
In this tutorial, we will give several demos and concrete examples of how
Linked Data can be used by enterprises in various industries. We will classify
those to give a coherent picture over ‘typical application scenarios’ and
corresponding benefits arguments. From an information provider’s perspective,
we will discuss how Linked Data has become a game changer for the whole content
industry. In addition, we will shed light on new business models for Linked
Data at the intersection of Linked Data assets, stakeholders and revenue models
by introducing the Linked Data Business Cube.
=== What will be discussed? ===
In the first part of the tutorial, attendees will be provided with a
comprehensive picture of application scenarios for Linked Data in enterprises.
We will talk about real-world use cases from various industries (pharma,
finance, health care, media and publishing) including benefits arguments in the
light of strategy considerations.
In the second part, we will discuss various business model issues associated
with Linked Data. Therefore, we will identify assets, stakeholders and revenue
models that occur in the process of Linked Data value creation. We will
introduce ‘The Linked Data Business Cube’, which shall provide a systematic
approach to map Linked Data assets to stakeholders and revenue models.
In the final part of this tutorial, attendees will gain detailed insights into
new methods of information management along the whole content value chain
(content creation, distribution and consumption). With the aid of concrete use
case examples based on experiences from Wolters Kluwer, we will apply criterias
defined by the Linked Data Business Cube.
ELDSCID aims to give users and providers of Linked Data valuable methods and
best practices at hand, which help them to make profound decisions in their
Linked Data projects.
Attendees will …
* receive insights into various real-world applications of Linked Data in
the course of a practical session,
* learn details about the Linked Data strategy of a large publisher and its
impact on the content industry,
* and will be introduced to the Linked Data Business Cube to be able to
perceive and understand Linked Data as an Economic Asset
=== Agenda ===
1. Andreas Blumauer - The user perspective: Linked Data Use Case Scenarios,
Benefits Arguments, Information Management Strategies & Linked Data, Q & A (60
2. Tassilo Pellegrini - The economic perspective: Linked Data Value Chain,
Linked Data Licensing, Linked Data Business Cube, Q & A (60 minutes)
3. Christian Dirschl - The provider perspective: Monetizing Linked Data, The
Wolters Kluwer Use Case, Impact on Media Industry, Q & A (60 minutes)
4. Open Discussion (15-30 minutes)
=== How can I participate? ===
The tutorial is open to all interested parties. No registration is required.
With kind regards,
Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
Prof. (FH) Dr. Tassilo Pellegrini
Department of Media and Economics
Department Medien und Wirtschaft
St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences /
Fachhochschule St. Pölten GmbH
Matthias Corvinus-Straße 15, A-3100 St. Pölten
T: +43/2742/313 228 - 417, F: +43/2742/313 228 - 409
FN 146616m, LG St. Pölten, DVR 1028669F
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