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Ontologies and Semantics for Seamless Connectivity

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Ontologies and Semantics for Seamless Connectivity
The goal of having networks of seamlessly connected people, software agents and IT systems remains elusive. Early integration efforts focused on connectivity at the physical and syntactic layers. Great strides were made; there are many commercial tools available, for example to assist with enterprise application integration. It is now recognized that physical and syntactic connectivity is not adequate. A variety of research systems have been developed addressing some of the semantic issues. In this paper, we argue that ontologies in particular and semantics-based technologies in general will play a key role in achieving seamless connectivity. We give a
Michael Uschold, Michael GrĂ¼ninger
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where SIGMOD
Authors Michael Uschold, Michael GrĂ¼ninger
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