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Re: Semweb ontology-to-ontology

From: Paul Trevithick <ptrevithick@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2014 14:18:52 -0400
Cc: Semantic Web <semantic-web@w3.org>
Message-Id: <BA40F7F4-AA6F-4165-9C7B-0689A91AEDB4@gmail.com>
To: David Booth <david@dbooth.org>
On Oct 14, 2014, at 11:55 AM, David Booth <david@dbooth.org> wrote:

> You might look at Top Quadrant's SPIN Map:
> http://composing-the-semantic-web.blogspot.com/2011/04/spinmap-sparql-based-ontology-mapping.html
> I think there's a video here also;
> http://vimeo.com/22695742
> At the last SemTech conference Rafael Richards described a short demonstration that TopQuadrant did mapping some simple VA health data:
> http://dbooth.org/2014/richards/Linked-Vitals-RMRichards-20140820-v3.pdf

Yes, I've used SPIN extensively and am a great fan. Especially now that it's a member submission.
> Commercial integration engines provide GUIs for creating mappings between different data representations, but AFAICT they are not yet using RDF as a common information representation, and they often use their own proprietary scripting languages and techniques for performing the data translations.  I think it would be great if they could use RDF, and offered the ability to export the created translation rules in a standard, executable languages, such as SPARQL.  I think this is an unmet opportunity.  


> The HL7 web site lists some integration engines (or "interface engines"):
> http://www.hl7.com/interface-engine.html


> David
> On 10/14/2014 11:16 AM, Paul Trevithick wrote:
>> Thanks Martynas for these links. Indeed SPARQL CONSTRUCT queries can
>> perform the data translation from ontology A to ontology B. And, being
>> declarative, they are one step better than custom code, but what I'm
>> seeking is tools (preferably point and click tools) to help write these
>> queries given A and B as input.
>> On Oct 9, 2014, at 5:43 PM, Martynas Jusevičius <martynas@graphity.org
>> <mailto:martynas@graphity.org>> wrote:
>>> what about simple SPARQL CONSTRUCT queries? They can serve as reusable
>>> transformations between vocabularies. This idea is not new:
>>> http://composing-the-semantic-web.blogspot.dk/2006/09/ontology-mapping-with-sparql-construct.html
>>> http://www.slideshare.net/andreas_schultz/data-translation-with-sparql-11
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