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IKS Deliverable - D1.2 Report: Semantic Benchmark Applications

Benjamin Nagel, Stefan Sauer, Gregor Engels, Wernher Behrendt, Andreas Gruber, Tobias Kowatsch & Wolfgang Maass

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abstract The objective of this deliverable is to describe the results of the exercise which is executed to benchmark the industrial software capabilities as one aspect of the requirements capturing process for the Interactive Knowledge Stack. The theoretical foundation and the underlying model which are used for the benchmarking approach have been designed in (Kowatsch et al. 2009, IKS D1.1 Design of the Semantic Benchmark Experiment). Combining business-driven requirements and technical aspects the benchmark model provides a two-fold approach addressing IT executives of CMS providers and customers on the one hand and CMS developers and architects on the other hand. The experiment includes interviews and development tasks (“semantic challenges”) to evaluate business needs and technological capabilities.
   
type working report (English)
   
keywords Content Management System, CMS, Interview, Study, Experiment, Benchmark, Semantic, Business Needs
   
project Interactive Knowledge Stack (IKS)
type of report Confidential Deliverable
date of appearance 2010
publisher -
review internal review
   
citation Nagel, B., Sauer, S., Engels, G., Behrendt, W., Gruber, A., Kowatsch, T., & Maass, W. (2010). IKS Deliverable - D1.2 Report: Semantic Benchmark Applications: Confidential Deliverable: -.