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DOI:   10.3217/jucs-008-05-0506


Ontology-Based Skills Management: Goals, Opportunities and Challenges

Jacqueline R. Reich (Rentenanstalt/Swiss Life, Switzerland)

Peter Brockhausen (Rentenanstalt/Swiss Life, Switzerland)

Thorsten Lau (Rentenanstalt/Swiss Life, Switzerland)

Ulrich Reimer (Rentenanstalt/Swiss Life, Switzerland)

Abstract: Establishing electronically accessible repositories of people s capabilities, experiences, and key knowledge areas is key in setting up Enterprise Knowledge Management. A skills repository can be used for e.g. finding people, staffing, skills gap analysis, and professional development. The ontology based skills management system developed at Swiss Life uses RDF schema for storing ontologies. Its query interface is based on a combined RQL and HTML query engine.

Keywords: RDF, ontologies, skills management

Categories: H.3, H.4, I.2.4, K.4.3, K.6.1