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Building blocks of an ontology-driven system

There is an enormous amount of literature out there that investigates and documents ontology-related work. The literature remains very technical, highly specialised and somewhat overwhelming. This means that it is not easy for non-experts to understand what is actually required at a high level when contemplating a functional ontology-driven system. In this post, we’ll be looking at the building blocks that feed into the ‘minimum’ ontology-driven system from which benefits can be gained. The diagram in this post summarizes these essential building ... Read more

Ontoweave at a glance

Greetings and welcome to Ontoweave! After a couple of months of solid work to get my website assets together, I'm really pleased to announce that Ontoweave is now up and running. In this post, we'll talk a little bit about Ontoweave - its purpose, that field of knowledge being targeted and what my plans are in order to address it. To date, our information systems are still relying on data and information models as structures for organizing information, which we can tap ... Read more