Deployment in Business


(2001) elaborates on the following possibilities of application of ontologies in the field business administration 167: Ontologies help overcome language barriers in traditional functional organizations: Different language and knowledge cultures rule in the area of supply, production and sales, but can be captured and ‘translated’ by an ontology.


Human Resource Management Unify Medical Language System Ontology Engineering North American Industry Classification System Management Ontology 
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