The course is designed for Informaiton Architects and Developers working with OWL-enabled platforms. It teaches developing complex Ontologies that affect the way queries and applications work. It requires prior attending of our introductory Linked Data course.
The course covers:
- The role of Ontological Modelling for Big Data and Data-Centric Enterprise
- Collecting Requirements in form of Competency Questions;
- Core Concepts of Ontology Modelling.
- Working with Protégé Ontology Editor;
- Migration from UML to OWL.
- Advanced Ontology Modelling;
- Understanding Ontological Reasoning;
- Querying an Ontology;
- Publishing an Ontology
This course is developed to the same standard of practicality is our other Modelling courses – plenty of exercises, focus on real enterprise projects rather than the Pizza Ontology, addressing presentation, collaboration and publishing. The course is delivered by and expert, so all questions about your projects are welcomed. We are trying to use the participants’ problems for exercises, however occasionally not everyone’s projects are addressed – please contact us in advance if that is critical that we use your project as an example.
The participants are expected to bring their own laptops. If you don’t have a laptop, we will provide a laptop sourced from a local technology rental agency at cost.
The course assumes attending Introduction to Linked Data and Sparql (2 days), and relies on skills gained in it.
Canberra: 16-17 February 2017, the Griffin Centre, Civic
Cost: $1,500/person + GST. Coffee/Tea, snacks and Lunch provided.
Contact us to secure your place