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Re: Question

From: Brent Shambaugh <brent.shambaugh@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2016 00:22:31 -0400
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To: Sebastian Samaruga <ssamarug@gmail.com>
The first candidate that comes to my mind is solid.mit.edu . Good luck Sebastian.

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> On Sep 14, 2016, at 10:35 PM, Sebastian Samaruga <ssamarug@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Question: how possible could it be to accomplish development and implementation of a real business application with a semantics-enabled yet-to-be developed framework?
> 
> Some of the features needed are similar of those of Drools rules, JBPM flows and events / CEP processing. Inference and reasoning should provide those as well as declarative means for backend / frontend use case declaration and implementation.
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> Application instances should have a 'cognitive' BI (Business Intelligence) interface layer over instances of their KB DB models..
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> Basically the proof of concept I have in mind is that of a 'social network' in which individuals, profiles, resources, purposes and goals are managed with their connections. There will be a 'working tray' use case with inbox and outbox, indicators, tasks, issues, resource management, availability, etc. Requirements for example for task completion, profile selection and appropriate / necessary resource administration are handled by the concept of 'Purposes'.
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> Given the framework architecture its KB could be feed and feed multiple current EIS (ERP / CRM) with data, alongside having its own interfaces, services and clients (Agents).
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> Another example of a framework application instance will be that of a 'smart' organizations projects management with dynamic roles and resources assignment with the goal of pursuit a 'global' Purpose arranged according its sub-purposes or tasks.
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> Applicaton instance exposes its 'generated' services according KB knowledge schema and client 'Agents' expose necessary interface for clients use case interactions (ie.: GUI) executions. Models data and inferred schema allows for operations 'inference' exposed through an uniform protocol / interface which can be ported to specific architectures such as SOAP or REST.
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> Purpose examples would be: Trip planning, Weight loss, Health attention, Language / profession learning, Win football tournament, Margins / processes optimization (via sub-purposes: increase sales, reduce costs) for an organization, etc.
> 
> An advantage that a semantics-enabled approach could have is that being the 'schema' so de-normalized (in my approach 'tables' are 'data') then a 'model by example' paradigm could be implemented as the one used in Neo4j graph database and other NoSQL DBs. Thanks to this approach schema and 'code' or interfaces of the application domain services are product of an initial ETL load and aggregation.
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> This kind of 'declarative' application modelling is expected to be accomplished by the ongoing development of this framework based upon elemental RDF triple structures aggregated through logical and set theory arrangement operations.
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> I'm currently finishing analysis phase with a few deliverables with some of this guidelines detailed. I would like to join someone to review this before going into implementation. Don't know if this is the adequate list, but looking for help. Reviews will be highly appreciated..
> 
> Thanks,
> Sebastián.
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