Presented by Access Innovations President Jay Ven Eman on February 18, 2015.
What can you do with your taxonomy now that you have one? In this session we will solicit your plans, ideas, and the hopes you have for your taxonomies. We will not be evaluating or passing judgment on these ideas, but looking for ideas to share to better leverage your investment. How far can you push semantic enrichment? How many ways can they be used? Where can they be used? What processes and tools are needed? Our goal in this session is to gain a better understanding of your options for extending the value of your investment beyond your initial goal of building a world-class thesaurus.
Jay Ven Eman, Ph.D., joined Access Innovations in December, 1978. He holds a B. A. in Finance from the University of Washington in Seattle, an M.B.A. from the University of New Mexico, and a doctorate in business from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He uses his dissertation topic of Long range Planning and Organizational Effectiveness in Hospitals to good advantage at Access. As Chief Executive Officer, he has contributed to every aspect of the business. He writes, conducts workshops, consults, and helps build large scale, complex, information rich databases. A past president of ASIDIC, Jay is a popular speaker and has given many presentations, workshops and seminars on ontologies, topic maps, database development, legacy file conversions, SGML, HTML, XML, and other related topics.