MoU/MG addresses Semantic Interoperability Project

01 April 2014 — At the 32st MoU/MG Meeting Illumonus members expressed concern that the use of semantic harmonization since it is only at the data level, and instead the MoU/MG should concentrate at the business level dealing with semantic interoperability. It was also pointed out that the activity of semantic interoperability was actually started 25 years ago, called the “”Basic Semantic Repository (BSR)””, and that now newer technologies and the changing climate should give an opportunity for renewed progress ...

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MoU/MG holds Town-hall Meeting on Semantic Interoperability

27 February 2014 — Illumonus experts, Dr. François Vuilleumier and Mr. Klaus-Dieter Naujok participated at this special e-Meeting to address how to achieve semantic interoperability amongst the various eBusiness standards.

The meeting concluded that a federated MoU/MG project should be set up for the development of a harmonized controlled vocabulary. The project should address:

  • Governance and operation of the vocabulary, in a web-enabled syntax neutral environment.
  • The processes for discovering concepts and reusing them to foster interoperability.
  • The process for defining and agreeing extensions ...
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Semantic Interoperability

SAN FRANCISCO 5 December 2011To Meet the Challenge of Semantic Interoperability Illumonus LLC Renews Emphasis on Semantic Analytical Services

Interoperability is one of the most overused words in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) world.

Everyone, from IT architects to IT directors to government policy makers, wants it and constantly talks about it; and it is consistently a favorite subject for every ITC conference. But, because it takes considerable time, resources, and effort to achieve even modest progress, ...

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