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Creating Semantic Business Models

From: Eli Israel <Eli@SemanticWorld.Org>
Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2003 23:17:09 +0300
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Announcing the Semantic Business Model (SBM) Project!

Semantic World’s Semantic Business Model (SBM) is the international open effort to provide authoritative high quality models of common aspects of business and specific vertical industries. The models are provided in industry standard OWL (Web Ontology Language) format for use in introducing Semantic Information Architectures to corporate IT and in anticipation of introducing the Semantic Web into industry.

We are currently looking for industry experts, whether experienced modelers or not, who are interested in contributing to the project. 
Contributors receive free training, immediate access to new models, access to industry experts, and, of course, credit for the models they create.

The modeling is beginning from the bottom up, with fundamental concepts such as money and location. 

The project home is at http://www.SemanticWorld.org/model/index.html.

Visit us on the show floor of next week's DAMA conference! 

Eli Israel
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