Resource Identity and httpRange-14

by Julian Everett, 18 November 2013

A retrospective on resource identity and the practical implications of httpRange-14 following client handover on a very large semantic publishing program to a financial services client.

More on Ontology Engineering in the Enterprise

by Paul Wilton, 14 August 2012

In a previous blog post I discussed ontology engineering with respect to enterprise technical architecture and the use of well understood design patterns in aligning semantic technologies with the traditional. One of the common questions I hear in the semantic technology communities is why continue to create new ontologies and not re-use public domain ontologies and upper ontologies to model most domains. I will attempt to answer this, again from a practical and enterprise technical architecture viewpoint.

An Example of Ontology Driven Software Engineering

by Paul Wilton, 17 May 2012

Describing some of the engineering behind the Press Association semantic publishing stack and how the ontology design and the software design work together in unison.

Notes on Practical Ontology Modelling in the Enterprise

by Paul Wilton, 23 June 2011

Some brief notes on pragmatic ontology modelling. It is borne out of practical experience of building ontologies for real world semantic publishing applications. It borrows design principles from good traditional software architecture techniques applying them to ontology design.