Towards an Enterprise Entity Hub: Integration of General and Enterprise Knowledge

  • Haklae KimEmail author
  • Jeongsoo Lee
  • Jungyeon Yang
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 9544)


Today’s enterprises possess vast quantities of data generated by their own applications and services across different organisational systems. However, the data tends to be stored in many data-silos with redundant, duplicated, and outdated information. This means that finding the right information and obtaining valuable insights is difficult. To address this problem, we develop the enterprise entity hub that enables users to search, analyse, share, and filter information across large-scale data sources. One of its core components, the base knowledge is used to organise and interlink the organisation’s knowledge model, we then construct a base knowledge through the integration of several data sources, and expand this knowledge by interlinking a set of enterprise content.


Domain Knowledge Knowledge Model Ontology Model Ontology Match Enterprise Data 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Software R&D CenterSamsung Electronics Co., Ltd.SuwonKorea

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