Ontology-Based Big Data Management
AbstractBig data management is no longer an issue for large enterprises only; it has also become a challenge for small and middle-sized enterprises, too. Today, enterprises have to handle business data and processes of increasing complexity that are almost entirely electronic in nature, regardless of enterprises’ size. Enterprises’ information systems need functions based on specific technologies to be able to reduce and interpret the complexity of business data and processes. This paper pursues the question: how can state-of-the-art information systems be improved by the use of semantic technologies, and particularly ontologies? For this purpose, three use cases of information systems that could be improved are described, and approaches based on semantic technologies and ontologies are proposed. The selected use cases relate to data integration, data quality, and business process integration. View Full-Text
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Eine, B.; Jurisch, M.; Quint, W. Ontology-Based Big Data Management. Systems 2017, 5, 45.
Eine B, Jurisch M, Quint W. Ontology-Based Big Data Management. Systems. 2017; 5(3):45.Chicago/Turabian Style
Eine, Bastian; Jurisch, Matthias; Quint, Werner. 2017. "Ontology-Based Big Data Management." Systems 5, no. 3: 45.
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