This short survey is intended to gather the opinions of practitioners, academics, funders and researchers about the adoption and application of AgriSemantics. Thank you for your time.
Where Are You Located?
Prefer not to say
What type of organisation do you work for?
What definitions and use of AgriSemantics are you familiar with?
A shared common vocabulary of terms about agriculture
Use of ontologies for annotation of data collected in the field
Creation or use of formal ontologies about agriculture represented in a knowledge representation standard e.g. OWL
Use of ontologies about agriculture for text mining tasks
Creation or use of knowledge graphs about agriculture, queryable with SPARQL
Reasoning over ontologies to infer new knowledge about agriculture
Creation or use of nanopublications derived from agricultural data
Annotation of Web services with semantic metadata for enhanced service discovery
What is your understanding of Interoperability ?
The provision of common interfaces between divergent computer systems to ensure seamless access to data and services
The ability of computer systems to exchange data with unambiguous and shared meaning
Enriching data with context, meaning and provenance in support of data reuse
The ability of different information systems to access, exchange, and integrate data
The preservation of the integrity and meaning of the data from its origin to its application and reuse
The defining common syntax and formats for data exchange.
Facilitating access between two or more systems such that users of these databases can mutually access and reuse data without having to store it locally or reformat the data on import.
The authoring and use of persistent data identfiers
Does your organisation use AgriSemantics?
If yes, in what application area do you use AgrisSemantics ?
Data integration for mission critical analytics and reporting
Creating, sharing, using and managing the knowledge and information of an organization
Data mining and knowledge discovery in structured data sets
Search interfaces and indexing
Support for text minng tools and tasks
Rule-based classification of data sets
If not, why not?
Management not aware of the benefits of agrisemantics
Lack of technical expertise in semantics in your organisation
No motivation for using agrisemantics
Lack of tools for agrisemantics
Learning curve is too steep for current technical team
Cannot find jobseekers, collaborators, interns with relevant skills
What ongoing barriers to the adoption of Agrisemantics exist in your organisation ?
Lack of knowledge in the organisation about the benefits, utility or application of Agrisemantics
Resistance from one or more data owners
Resistance from one or more decision makers
Lack of understanding and technical exptertise in semantic technologies
Precise benefits and ROI to the organization are difficult to estimate and quantify
Existing technologies are sufficient for the current business needs
Agrisemantic technologies are not available / difficult to identify for my application domain
Do you use any publicly available agrisementics resources?
If yes, which ones?
Chinese Agricultural Thesaurus
National Agricultural Library Thesaurus
What sequence of events led to the adoption of Agrisemantics in your organisation?
Do you make any contributions to public resources?
If not why not?
No formal process to contribute to public resources
Don't have time to contribute
Prohibited by my organisation
Did not consider contributing
Insufficient motivation for participation
In your opinion, what are the major flaws in publicly available resources?
Do not contain information relevant to my area
Too unwieldy or difficult to manage
Duplication between resources
No industry participation
Have you participated in any publicly funded AgriSemantics projects?
If yes, was there any obligation to share the results of the project with private industry?
What were the success metrics set by the sponsor / funding agency?
What do you think is the future of Agrisemantics?
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