Cognitum | Trainings

Training Overview

Cognitum offers a comprehensive program of various public and on-site training and workshops ranging from one-day executive briefings to deeply technical hands-on tutorials. We constantly update the training curriculum to reflect new developments in the technology, tools and industry. All trainings can be tailored to specific customer needs and requirements.

Available Courses

Introduction to Semantic Technologies

2-day Course [on-site or off-site]

This course is a comprehensive overview and practical guide on the modeling and development of semantic model-driven applications.

Target audience: entry- and mid-level ontologists, engineers and data scientists.

  1. The business-value hidden in semantic technologies
  2. The Semantic-Web Initiative
  3. Semantic-Web languages
  4. Linked-Data
  5. RDF- Resource Description Framework
  6. RDFS/SPARQL – Creating/Querying the Linked-Data Graph
  7. Introduction to OWL– Web Ontology Language – semantics for RDF
  8. Ontologies – how to conceptualize the known world?
  9. Reasoning – uncovering implicit knowledge from explicit one – why is it so hard?
  10. A few words about the history of logics – from Aristoteles to Frage and then: Wittgenstein, Tarski, Krippke.
  11. Description Logics – why reasoning should be sound & complete.
  12. Open-World Assumption vs. SQL.
  13. Monotonicity – it is not so bad at the end of the day.
  14. Formal Knowledge Data-Base – the differences/similarities to Relation Database?
  15. Knowledge Representation & Reasoning System – what about modifications/triggers/transactions?
  16. Concurrency & Transactions in KRR Systems?
  17. Spreading the reasoning around the cluster– the BIG THING
  18. Technological Aspects of the BIG THING
  19. Ontology mapping/merging – how to make it work together?
  20. Controlled Natural Languages – HMI (human machine interface) that calculates what means what.
  21. Business-cases:
    1. Semantic search
    2. Complex infrastructure management
    3. Requirements monitoring
    4. E-commerce
    5. Data integration
    6. Media monitoring

 

R – The Data Science Language

1-day Course [on-site or off-site]

The R language is widely used among statisticians and data miners for developing statistical software and data analysis. Moreover, R can be efficiently used with Semantic Technologies and significantly boost data engineers productivity.

Target audience: entry- and mid-level ontologists, engineers and data scientists that want to boost their productivity with the R language.

  1. Introduction to R
  2. Vector Oriented Language - Comparison to Java, LISP, FORTRAN
  3. R data types and objects, reading and writing data
  4. Control structures, Functions, Scoping rules, Loop functions
  5. Programing in R
  6. Tools – RStudio
  7. Plotting/3D Graphs
  8. Text Mining/Machine Learning with R
  9. Sematic technologies in R

 

Cognitum Semantic Toolset - Ontorion and Fluent Editor

2-3-day Course + Workshop [on-site or off-site]

A comprehensive overview and practical guide on the modeling and development of semantic model-driven applications with Cognitum Tools: Fluent Editor, Ontorion Server with SDK, Ontorion Semantic Forms for ASP.NET, Ontorion Text Mining Tools.

Target audience: any-level ontologists, engineers and data scientists that want to boost their productivity with Cognitum Tools.

  1. Knowledge Engineering with Fluent Editor
  2. Introducing the Ontorion Server with SDK
  3. Complex deployment scenarios
  4. Building Semantic applications with Ontorion SDK - Hands-on Lab
  5. Mastering Ontorion Text Mining Tools
  6. Building Model Driven Applications with Ontorion Semantic Forms for ASP.NET

 

 

Contact Us

R&D Office:

ORCO (Central) Tower 20th floor, Aleje Jerozolimskie 81, 02-001 Warsaw, Poland

office@cognitum.eu