Applying Semantic Web Standards for Knowledge Representation at Elsevier: Quality Assurance and Release processes
A Talk by Veronique Moore
Senior Manager Data Discovery and Enrichment,
About this talk
In our talk we will touch on our mission at Elsevier is to deliver data to improve our customer’s efficiency, may they be researchers, students, geo professionals or medical professionals.
To achieve this goal, we are working simultaneously on keeping our data up to date, accurate and on streamlining the delivery of the knowledge representation structures (KRS) backing our tools and products such as ScienceDirect, - Topic Pages, Engineering Village and more.
We align our quality assurance (QA) and delivery methods with Semantic Web standards, relying on SHACL, SPARQL for QA, RDF standard serializations for releases. We also align with international vocabulary standards, to deliver standard identifiers to our customers to support interoperability.
To make our data searchable, we also aim at dereferencing 100% of our entities on an internal platform based on a triple store and have achieved this goal for over 20 KRSs serving 5 different products.
We also work on mappings and cross-references across the KRSs to increase the efficiency of data management, and boost product interoperability.
Talk+Live Q&A at the Western Auditorium in Connected Data World Center
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Veronique Moore started her career at Elsevier 10 years ago managing a team of Knowledge Representation Specialists, with the aim of developing the multilingual adaptation of what is now the Health Knowledge Graph, backing products such as Clinical Key.
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