Semantic Web: the future starts today

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INDUSTRIAL ONTOLOGIES GROUP

Vagan Terziyan

Andriy Zharko

Oleksandr Kononenko

Oleksiy Khriyenko

Semantic Web:

the future starts today


April 2003

INDUSTRIAL ONTOLOGIES GROUP





VAGAN TERZIYAN


Industrial Ontologies Group

Agora Center,
UNIVERSITY OF JYVÄSKYLÄ


D
ear reader! We want to present you a
collection of our very recent resources: reports,
presentations, papers, etc. re
lated to our
Semantic Web activity. Our “Industrial
Ontology Group” as it is now exists since the
beginning of 2003 however it has much longer
history. Some of us were members of DESTA
-
group (leaded by Dr. Vladimir Lovitskii) and took part in creation of t
he
first in former USSR industrial Natural Language Processing System
DESTA (1978
-
1984). Already that time we knew and utilized an
importance of representing and managing semantics for
”understanding” textual data and acquiring knowledge from it. That
was
a system, which managed to automatically create semantic
annotations for textual resources and allowed to make semantic queries
to them. Then already in 1985
-
1989 we took part in building a pilot
system of Natural Language Programming ALISA, which was a
pr
ototype of today’s Semantic Web services. The system allowed
semantic annotation of software modules and then automated creation
of complex software from modules based on natural language queries.
Later in 1990
-
1993 under name of “Metaintelligence Lab.” (K
harkov,
former USSR) we were piloting the concept of Metasemantic Network,
as a new knowledge representation and reasoning concept, which was
based on a triplet model with reach ontological and reasoning support.
As we all see the triplet model is now the
basis for Semantic Web
metadata activities related to RDF. Several staff members of
“Metaintelligence Lab.” are working in Open University of Amsterdam
(heart of Semantic Web activities in Europe) with Prof. Dieter Fensel in
different Semantic Web
-
related
projects. During our history we were
involved in many industrial projects, e.g. Expert System for Medical
Diagnostics, Automated Diagnostics of Nuclear Power Stations,
Management Industrial Processes in Jewelry Production, etc.

For us there are no doubts a
bout the possibilities, which Semantic
Web opens for industry. That is why one important objective of our
activities is to collect arguments for the industrial companies to not only
believe together with us but also benefit from the Semantic Web.

Semantic
Web is not a technology as some people used to say and
not an environment as some others say,
-

it is a new context within
which one should rethink and re
-
interpret his existing businesses,
resources, services, technologies, processes, environments, produc
ts etc.
to raise them to totally new level of performance…





INDUSTRIAL ONTOLOGIES GRO
UP






CONTENTS




I.
Semantic Web: The Future Starts Today

(collection of research papers and presentations of Industrial
Ontologies Group for the Period N
ovember 2002
-
April 2003)

edited by Vagan Terziyan


II.
Semantic Web and Peer
-
to
-
Peer: Integration and Interoperability
in Industry

reported by Andriy Zharko


III.
Semantic Web Enabled Web Services: State
-
of
-
Art and
Challenges

reported by Oleksandr Kononenk
o


IV.
Distributed Mobile Web Services Based on Semantic Web:
Distributed Industrial Product Maintenance System

reported by Oleksiy Khriyenko




Industrial Consulting by Jouni Pyotsia (Metso Oy.)


Report Online:
http://www.cs.jyu.fi/ai/OntoGroup/April2003.htm