Soliciting comments by proposing a framework for the issues of Track 3 Challenge - Ontology and Big Data
Proposed framework for Track 3 Challenge - Ontology and Big Data
People in the domains of science, software engineering, computer science, etc. can benefit from a combined knowledge of their domain and application of ontology-based technologies. A combined understanding of these domains and ontology-based technologies may encourage the growth of technology.
· Programmers are not able to optimize the use of unstructured data for scientist and engineers
· Scientist without ontology training use brute force programming – can be inefficient and scientist and engineers are not aware of options and capabilities using ontology-based technologies
· Science and ontology-based technology evolution is slow or non-existent
· Is technological growth constrained by the shortage of qualified ontologists?
- Enable scientist to make maximum use of big data
- Enable scientist to understand the potential of ontology-based systems integration
- Enable ontologists to understand scientist needs
- The skills most needed today include a combined understanding of a scientific or engineering discipline and knowledge of ontology-based technologies.
· NITRD Big Data Challenge
· Other challenges
o NASA-Harvard Center for Excellence in Collaborative Innovation
o Prizes & Challenges Community of Practice activities
o “Ultra-Large-Scale Systems: The Software Challenge of the Future” 2006
o Future of Software Engineering Research (FoSER) report
Please feel free to comment by replying or using the Community Input page http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?OntologySummit2012_BigDataChallenge_CommunityInput.
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