|From:||"Adrian Walker" <adriandwalker@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Mon, 23 Jul 2007 22:28:34 -0400|
Hi John --|
Interesting info about what companies have to do in order to trade with Amazon.
For interoperability, the goal must be to design our systems
so that they can *learn* to accommodate other ontologies in
a minimum amount of time. A system should be able to find a
mapping from its own ontology to Amazon's, for example, in a
few minutes -- automatically -- instead of requiring a database
specialist to spend 6 weeks to write the mappings.
Well, that would be nice. But a key question would be, how would you go about ensuring that the automated result is as accurate as the manual one? And how would you get people to trust the survival of their company to the automated result ?
Just some late night thoughts. HTH,
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On 7/23/07, John F. Sowa < sowa@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Arun and Paul,
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