Semantic Content Mediation and Acquisition: The Challenge for Semantic e-Business Solutions. Contreras, J., Corcho, Ó., & Benjamins, R. In Salam, A. & Stevens, J, editors, Semantic Web Technologies and EBusiness: Toward the Integrated Virtual Organization and Business Process Automation, pages 119–466. Idea Group Publishing Inc., IGI Global, Hershey, Pennsylvania, Diciembre, 2006. Ontology Engineering Group ? OEG
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A Top Quadrant report situates the Semantic Web within the current Innovation Wave of ?Distributed Intelligence?. This is one of the main innovation waves of the last centuries including textile, railway, auto, computer, distributed intelligence (1997-2061) and nanotechnology (2007-2081). The Distributed Intelligence wave started in the late nineties and is expected to peak between 2010 and 2020. The report estimates first return on investments in 2006-7, growing to a market of \$40-60 billion in 2010. Funds are coming primary from governments, venture capitalists and industry commercialization. Over the next few years, this is expected to change in favour of industry commercialization.
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           month = {Diciembre},
          author = {Jes{\'u}s Contreras and {\'O}scar Corcho and R. Benjamins},
            note = {Ontology Engineering Group ? OEG},
       booktitle = {Semantic Web Technologies and EBusiness: Toward the Integrated Virtual Organization and Business Process Automation},
          editor = {AF Salam and J Stevens},
         address = {Hershey, Pennsylvania},
           title = {Semantic Content Mediation and Acquisition: The Challenge for Semantic e-Business Solutions},
       publisher = {Idea Group Publishing Inc., IGI Global},
            year = {2006},
           pages = {119--466},
        keywords = {oeg},
             url = {http://oa.upm.es/5651/},
        abstract = {A Top Quadrant report situates the Semantic Web within the current Innovation Wave of ?Distributed Intelligence?. This is one of the main innovation waves of the last centuries including textile, railway, auto, computer, distributed intelligence (1997-2061) and nanotechnology (2007-2081). The Distributed Intelligence wave started in the late nineties and is expected to peak between 2010 and 2020. The report estimates first return on investments in 2006-7, growing to a market of \$40-60 billion in 2010. Funds are coming primary from governments, venture capitalists and industry commercialization. Over the next few years, this is expected to change in favour of industry commercialization.}
}
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