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Ontology Development and Relationship Modeling for Enterprises and Enterprise Websites
Saturday, 2:15 - 3:00
Session Two


Brett Lider
Ontology Development and Relationship Modeling for Enterprises and Enterprise Websites
Brett Lider. Razorfish.com

This is a case study or how-to for using an enterprise ontology both for core business functions and as a basis for the company's website. The relationship modeling aspect of the presentation could cover the process of how relationships between concepts in the ontology are created and typed.
The core IA related issues addressed are:
* How to build and model metadata to drive the user experiences you desire. How to get technology to support user experience. For instance, if you want a link from page A to page B and want that link to be based on semantic data and not hand-coded HTML, how to make this happen.

What the audience will learn/take-away from the presentation is:
* How to build develop and model ontologies and relationships inside the ontologies to drive business and user goals.

How the presentation will reflect the theme of "Making Connections:"
* By integrating the data used to present the website and a business's core data, the business and the website become reflections of one another.

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