• Augusto Herrmann (Presented by Anna Fensel)
  • Dieter Fensel, Andreea-Elena Gagiu, and Birgit Leiter

    This presentation discusses the concept of communication. Communication is seen as unifying, potentially infinite alternating process of the two phases described in the previous chapters, namely publication (write) in Chapter 2 and monitoring (read) in Chapter 3. We start by defining what communication is, what types of communication (e.g. active, re-active) exist, and continue with how to trace communication including actors, messages, channels, time and data, and finally discuss challenges and solutions for multi-channel and multi-agent communication.

  • D4.1: Pablo N. Mendes, Steffen.Stadtmüller, Christian Bizer (Presented by Nelia Lasierra)
  • Evgeni Bykarskij
  • Anna Fensel, Dieter Fensel, Andreea-Elena Gagiu, Birgit Leiter and Ioannis Stavrakantonakis

    In this presentation we turn to the question how one can build using publishing, monitoring and communication solutions, a scalable approach to engage with other parties. More precisely we look at workflow management and how to establish a collaborative environment, assign communication tasks, track, coordinate, monitor team of peoples, we investigate how crowdsourcing techniques can be applied to solve engagement tasks. Last part of this chapter discusses communication patterns seen as reusable set of communication templates and value-chain generation, as the increase of economic transactions as a result of engagement.