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SemTechBiz 2014
Bad experience Unfortunately, most talks would not go into much technical detail; much buzz word dropping.
Description 10th version of the SemTech conference. People from mainly industry but also researchers meet to exchange experiences with Semantic Web technologies. Around 150 participants (SemTech, only; without collocated NoSQL conference).
Good experience Great overview of companies and topics in the field of Semantic Technologies. Great for networking.
Has participant Benedikt Kämpgen +
Location San Jose, California, USA +
Other participants Phil Archer (W3C), Jeff Z. Pan (Aberdeen), Dan Brickley (Google), Thanh (San Jose, currently on leave), Sudhir (Stanford), Sandro Hawke (W3C), Lukasz Porwol (Insight, DERI), Peter Mika (Yahoo), Peter Haase (FluidOps), Bryan Thompson (Systap)... +
Outcome Main take-home messages: Apache Spark for Main take-home messages: Apache Spark for fast in-memory-cluster-based analytics is gaining momentum as an alternative to hadoop and mapreduce. The main graph-based data models discussed seem to be RDF (surprise!) and the property-graph model as used by Neo4J and SAP (relations as first-class citizens to which arbitrary properties such as weights can be attached); oracle showed in a presentation how to (partly) quite trivially map between the two models. Based on the workshop "RDF as a Universal Healthcare Exchange Language - 2nd Annual", also other people recommend using RDF for representing medical information as we do in the SFB project.l information as we do in the SFB project.
Related project SFB +
Venue title Semantic Technology and Business Conference  +
Website http://semtechbizsj2014.semanticweb.com/index.cfm  +
Categories Event  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 29 September 2014 01:47:46  +
DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 20 August 2014  +
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