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semantics in business systems: the savvy manager's guide
Semantics in Business Systems: The Savvy Manager's Guide
by Dave McComb ISBN:1558609172
Morgan Kaufmann Publishers 2004 (399 pages)

This interesting guide contains the knowledge you need to understand and assess how semantics can help your information systems. It also explores future applications of semantics, illustrating its connection to XML and the Semantic Web.

Table of Contents
Semantics in Business Systems—The Savvy Manager's Guide
Foreword
Preface
Chapter 1 - Semantics—A Trillion-Dollar Cottage Industry
Chapter 2 - Business Semantics
Chapter 3 - The Process Side of Business Systems
Chapter 4 - Terms—Vocabulary, Taxonomy, and Ontology
Chapter 5 - Data and Object Modeling
Chapter 6 - Metadata
Chapter 7 - Interpreting Meaning
Chapter 8 - Business Rules and Creating Meaning
Chapter 9 - Semantic Elicitation—Uncovering Meaning
Chapter 10 - Understanding and Communicating Meaning
Chapter 11 - Extensible Markup Language (XML)
Chapter 12 - Semantic-Based Enterprise Application Integration and Systems Integration
Chapter 13 - Web Services
Chapter 14 - The Semantic Web
Chapter 15 - Getting Started
Appendix A - Quick Reference
Appendix B - Resources for Further Investigation
Glossary
Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Sidebars





Semantics in Business Systems(c) The Savvy Manager's Guide
Semantics in Business Systems: The Savvy Managers Guide (The Savvy Managers Guides)
ISBN: 1558609172
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2005
Pages: 184
Authors: Dave McComb
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