Knowledge graph visualization is a big challenge but at the same time a huge success factor for a project. Often, graph visualizations are used but they do not cover all use cases, especially in an industry project.
This presentation aims to describe the adoption process of semantic web public data standards in Slovak Republic focusing on real use case scenarios. The standardization process started in 2013 under the Ministry of Finance where the main goal was to use URI for public resources.
Document categorization and indexing is often either purely manually rule-based or purely driven by statistics. In real-world scenarios the short comings of both approaches, respectively, prove problematic: Rule-based approaches require a lot of resources and insight.
In taxonomy for information management or web publishing, you are limited by the shape of the content. However granular your terms, most CMSs can only apply them to whole documents or pages. Some organizations have more complex content management needs.
Most pharmaceutical companies lack horizontal process integrations; each business silo manages a subset of information around development and product life cycle. During the life span of a product the same characteristics are exchanged by various disciplines.
To obtain authorization to bring a medicinal product on the market, 200,000 pages of text need to be submitted. The upcoming effectuation of the IDMP directive (EU) forces pharma companies to submit datasets instead. This has enormous impact. The challenges that this poses are manifold.
Structured authoring means that organizations must change the behaviour of their authors. Engagement of authors, reviewers and contributers is the key-succesfactor for organizations who are moving to structured content.