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Re: Question

From: Timothy Holborn <timothy.holborn@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2016 04:27:42 +0000
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To: Sebastian Samaruga <ssamarug@gmail.com>, semantic-web@w3.org, public-rww <public-rww@w3.org>, "public-lod@w3.org Data" <public-lod@w3.org>, public-model@w3.org, public-declarative-apps@w3.org
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On Thu., 15 Sep. 2016, 12:43 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.
>
> Application instances should have a 'cognitive' BI (Business Intelligence)
> interface layer over instances of their KB DB models..
>
> 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'.
>
> 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).
>
> 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.
>
> 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.
>
> 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.
>
> 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.
>
> 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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