Consuming linked data in supply chains: enabling data visibility via linked pedigrees

Monika Solanki, Christopher Brewster

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Abstract

The performance of a supply chain depends critically on the coordinating actions and decisions undertaken by the trading partners. The sharing of product and process information plays a central role in the coordination and is a key driver for the success of the supply chain. In this paper we propose the concept of "Linked pedigrees" - linked datasets, that enable the sharing of traceability information of products as they move along the supply chain. We present a distributed and decentralised, linked data driven architecture that consumes real time supply chain linked data to generate linked pedigrees. We then present a communication protocol to enable the exchange of linked pedigrees among trading partners. We exemplify the utility of linked pedigrees by illustrating examples from the perishable goods logistics supply chain.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication4th International Workshop on Consuming Linked Data, COLD 2013 - Co-located with the 12th International Semantic Web Conference, ISWC 2013; Sydney; Australia; 22 October 2013
EditorsT. Matsutsuka, J. Sequeda, O. Hartig, A. Hogan
PublisherCEUR-WS.org
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Event4th international workshop on Consuming Linked Data / 12th International Semantic Web Conference / 1st Australasian Semantic Web Conference - Sydney, Australia
Duration: 21 Oct 201325 Oct 2013

Publication series

NameCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Volume1034
ISSN (Print)1613-0073

Conference

Conference4th international workshop on Consuming Linked Data / 12th International Semantic Web Conference / 1st Australasian Semantic Web Conference
Abbreviated titleCOLD 2013/ISWC 2013
CountryAustralia
CitySydney
Period21/10/1325/10/13

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