The Role of Linked Data and Semantic-Technologies for Sustainability Idea Management (bibtex)
by Alain Perez, Felix Larrinaga, Edward Curry
Abstract:
Idea Management Systems (IMS) manage the innovation lifecycle from the moment of invention until ideas are implemented in the market. Dur- ing the lifecycle the IMS supports collaboration, allows idea enrichment with comments, contextual data, or connected to other relevant ideas. Semantic tech- nologies can improve the knowledge management capabilities of IMSs allowing relevant information to be easily linked to ideas. Many Enterprises concerned with sustainability encourage employee's par- ticipation as a means to boost creative innovation within their Sustainability Ini- tiatives. However little work has examined the role of an IMS within Sustaina- bility. In this paper we analyse the impact of a semantic-enabled IMS within a sustainability innovation process. In particular, how ideas can be enriched with contextual Linked Open Data (LOD), especially Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA) data, to improve the understanding, implication and value of the idea from the sustainability perspective.
Reference:
Alain Perez, Felix Larrinaga, Edward Curry, "The Role of Linked Data and Semantic-Technologies for Sustainability Idea Management", In 2nd International Symposium on Modelling and Knowledge Management for Sustainable Development (MoKMaSD 2013), Madrid, Spain, 2013.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{Perez2013,
abstract = {Idea Management Systems (IMS) manage the innovation lifecycle from the moment of invention until ideas are implemented in the market. Dur- ing the lifecycle the IMS supports collaboration, allows idea enrichment with comments, contextual data, or connected to other relevant ideas. Semantic tech- nologies can improve the knowledge management capabilities of IMSs allowing relevant information to be easily linked to ideas. Many Enterprises concerned with sustainability encourage employee's par- ticipation as a means to boost creative innovation within their Sustainability Ini- tiatives. However little work has examined the role of an IMS within Sustaina- bility. In this paper we analyse the impact of a semantic-enabled IMS within a sustainability innovation process. In particular, how ideas can be enriched with contextual Linked Open Data (LOD), especially Life-Cycle Assessment (LCA) data, to improve the understanding, implication and value of the idea from the sustainability perspective.},
address = {Madrid, Spain},
author = {Perez, Alain and Larrinaga, Felix and Curry, Edward},
booktitle = {2nd International Symposium on Modelling and Knowledge Management for Sustainable Development (MoKMaSD 2013)},
file = {:Users/ed/Library/Application Support/Mendeley Desktop/Downloaded/Perez, Larrinaga, Curry - 2013 - The Role of Linked Data and Semantic-Technologies for Sustainability Idea Management.pdf:pdf},
keywords = {Idea Management Systems,Life-Cycle Assessment.,Linked Data,Semantic Web,Sustaina- bility},
mendeley-tags = {Idea Management Systems,Life-Cycle Assessment.,Linked Data,Semantic Web,Sustaina- bility},
title = {{The Role of Linked Data and Semantic-Technologies for Sustainability Idea Management}},
url = {http://www.edwardcurry.org/publications/mokmasd2013_PerezEtAl.pdf},
year = {2013}
}
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