Step by Step to Knowledge Graphs

This white paper uses the example of a pump manufacturer to explain how we transfer product knowledge in tables to networked information in a so-called knowledge graph. We first describe the initial situation in many companies, introduce the basic concepts of knowledge graphs and outline an IT architecture for knowledge graph-based applications. At the end, we provide an outlook on which scenarios are conceivable for this approach and with which objectives this approach is typically pursued.

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PIM Systems based on Knowledge Graphs

Industries rely on Product Information Management (PIM) systems to create, manage and distribute product information across multiple channels.
We can address the challenges that arise by developing PIM systems based on knowledge graphs.

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Knowledge Graph Embeddings

Combining different data sources in a knowledge database and the semantic representation of the information contained therein can make technical communication much easier. Building a knowledge base using semantic knowledge graphs offers numerous advantages, including the important possibility of continuously expanding the knowledge graph. One method of expanding knowledge is the use of knowledge graph embeddings.

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