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Re: Intranet ontology?

From: Michael F Uschold <uschold@semanticarts-com.ihostexchange.net>
Date: Mon, 20 Feb 2012 15:08:24 -0800
Message-ID: <CADfiEMOBJ=r3P1Z4gjwf63w+Akk+y3akmCbO5W0Tvbw8--L5Jg@mail.gmail.com>
To: Alexander Johannesen <alexander.johannesen@gmail.com>
CC: Semantic Web <semantic-web@w3.org>, Dave McComb <mccomb@semanticarts.com>
I recently started using *gist* <http://semanticarts.com/gist>, a freely
available minimalist upper enterprise ontology developed by Semantic Arts*.
It is designed to have the maximum coverage of typical business ontology
concepts with the fewest number of primitives and the least amount of
ambiguity.

It does not specialize in corporate intranet per se, but does have a core
set of concepts of the sort you mention below. I just completed a project
using it to develop an enterprise ontology for a health care company with
over 1000 classes and 400 properties.

There will be two talks on gist at SemTech 2012.
*gist: A Freely Available Upper Ontology for Business, Introduction and
Case Studies<http://semtechbizsf2012.semanticweb.com/agenda.cfm?confid=65&scheduleDay=PRINT&c=stenpreg>
*

*In the Trenches with Enterprise
Ontology<http://semtechbizsf2012.semanticweb.com/agenda.cfm?confid=65&scheduleDay=PRINT>
*
Which talks about the use of gist in the development of a health care
enterprise ontology.

*gist* <http://semanticarts.com/gist> is also undergoing active
development, future releases will be out soon.
Contact myself <uschold@semanticarts.com> or Dave
McComb<mccomb@semanticarts.com>if you want further information.

Michael

* Disclosure: I work for Semantic Arts.

On Sun, Feb 19, 2012 at 8:22 PM, Alexander Johannesen <
alexander.johannesen@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I've been googling all over the place (including swoogling) and can't
> seem to find any decent ontologies for the basic stuff going on in a
> corporate intranet. I assumed this would be dime a dozen, but I'm now
> a bit stumped, woefully admitting to having to have a stab at it
> myself. But before I do, does anyone have clues to where I could find
> one? I would assume it to contain basic entities (like people,
> companies, projects, news, comments, documents, etc.) and basic
> relationships between these, even something basic I can build on.
> Anyone?
>
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Alex
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