From Data Modeling to OWL – Flying Through Semantics – Webinar By ITXpertPanel
This webinar is dedicated to both data modeling and the semantic web. It will start with introduction of a business-oriented entity/relationship model as an example of an ontology. The approach taken is specifically to make the drawings accessible to a non-technical audience.
The next step will be introduction of the languages Resource Description Framework (RDF), RDF Schema, and the Web Ontology Language (OWL). This allows representations of similar assertions, but it also allows representation of sample instances of the classes. Moreover, software called an “inference engine” can be applied to identify inconsistencies, as well as often surprising conclusions.
Even though these languages are based on XML, the presentations here will be in terms of “Turtle”, a much more accessible language for describing them.
This presentation will then take the example entity/relationship diagram and show how it can be rendered as an OWL model. The presentation will cover both the similarities and the fundamental differences between the two approaches.
Covered Topics Will Include:
- About Data Models
- About Ontology Languages
- The Foundation: The Semantic Web
- RDF: Resource Description Framework
- RDF Schema
- OWL: Web Ontology Language
- Converting a Sample Data Model
This sesssion is for QA and Manufacturing Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, consultants and auditors responsible for designing or qualifying controlled environments or operating within them.
Attendance cost: Live : $245.00 Corporate live : $995.00 Recorded : $295.00
Event organizer: ITXpertPanel