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Joint IAOA-OOR-Ontolog "Ontologies and Standards" mini-series: session-2 - Thu 2011_11_03     (1)

Topic: Ontology-Related Metadata Standards -- ISO Metadata and Metamodel Standards for Ontology Work, and Related Activities at OMG     (1A)

Co-chairs: Professor MichaelGruninger (University of Toronto) & Professor JohnBateman (Bremen University)     (1B)

Invited Speaker: Ms. ElisaKendall (Thematix)     (1C)

Abstract     (1E)

Ontology-Related Metadata Standards     (1E1)

This is the 2nd session of the Joint IAOA-OOR-Ontolog "Ontologies and Standards" mini-series, co-championed by Professor Michael Grüninger (University of Toronto) and Professor John Bateman (Bremen University), who among their other roles, co-chair the Standardization Coordination Committee of IAOA.     (1E2)
ISO 19763 Metamodel Framework for Interoperability (MFI) is a set of standards being developed under ISO/IEC JTC1/SC32 (Standards for Data Management and Interchange) as one of the WG2 (Metadata Standards) projects.     (1E3)
Ms. Kendall's presentation will include background on what the ISO/IEC JTC1/SC32/WG2 working group does, the set of standards they have been responsible for and who and how these standards are being used. She will provide an overview of the parts in the ISO 19763 standard that are of particular interest to this audience.     (1E4)
The ISO/JTC1/SC32 working groups have just met this last week (October, 24 �� 28, 2011) in Crete, Greece. Elisa will also ping folks who attended to get some latest updates, especially those involving the metadata standards in general. In addition, she will present current work at the Object Management Group (OMG) motivating the need for such standards, as well as provide an update on what's happening in ontology at OMG more generally.     (1E5)

Agenda & Proceedings     (1F)

Session Topic: Ontology-Related Metadata Standards -- ISO Metadata and Metamodel Standards for Ontology Work, and Related Activities at OMG     (1F1)

Transcript of the online chat during the session     (1F3)

see raw transcript here.     (1F3A)

(for better clarity, the version below is a re-organized and lightly edited chat-transcript.)     (1F3B)

Participants are welcome to make light edits to their own contributions as they see fit.     (1F3C)

-- begin of chat session --     (1F3D)

Joint IAOA-OOR-Ontolog "Ontologies and Standards" mini-series: session-2 �� Thu 2011_11_03     (2)

Topic: Ontology-Related Metadata Standards -- ISO Metadata and Metamodel Standards for Ontology     (2A)

Work, and Related Activities at OMG     (2B)

Co-chairs: Professor Michael Grüninger (University of Toronto) & Professor John Bateman (Bremen University)     (2C)

Invited Speaker: Ms. Elisa Kendall (Thematix)     (2D)

Mute / Un-mute: moderator will mute everyone; raise your hand (with "hand button" at lower right of     (2F)

chat window) "*7" to un-mute yourself; "*6" to go back into mute after you speak     (2G)

if you are in the chat-room as "anonymous", please click on "setting" (button at top center) and     (2H)

change that to your real name in WikiWord format)     (2I)

. == Proceedings == .     (2J)

anonymous morphed into Elisa Kendall     (2K)

anonymous morphed into Clarence Dillon     (2L)

anonymous1 morphed into Christopher Spottiswoode     (2M)

anonymous morphed into Michelle Raymond     (2N)

anonymous morphed into Elizabeth Florescu     (2O)

anonymous morphed into Bart Gajderowicz     (2P)

anonymous morphed into Maimi Niina     (2Q)

anonymous morphed into Mike Riben     (2R)

anonymous morphed into Harold Solbrig     (2S)

Peter P. Yim: John Bateman ... we don't hear you on voice ... are you having trouble?     (2T)

John Bateman: yes: Skype has just updated itself and I Can't activate the keypad to give the PIN!!!     (2U)

John Bateman: OK, now I'm in...     (2V)

Show Dial Pad" 


Rex Brooks: Sorry I got here late and will have to leave early. Hectic day. I will catch up     (2W)

asynchronously later. ... I'll leave this page up while gone so I can catch any exchanges in the     (2X)

chat, and will look for the recording later. Sounds very interesting!     (2Y)

Denise Warzel: My comment was that the ontologies registered by the 19763-3 Ontology registration     (2Z)

plays important role in providing concepts to use in annotating the other 19763 models. Annotations     (2AA)

on the classes in the other parts of 19763 are intended to come from domain specific concepts in     (2AB)

ontologies registered by 19763-3....     (2AC)

Denise Warzel: ISO 11179 Part 3 FDIS will be submitted next January, and it will be another 6 months     (2AD)

for adoption as IS (International Standard)     (2AE)

Christoph Lange: need to leave in a few minutes, sorry! thanks for your presentation.     (2AF)

(@MichaelGruninger: no specific questions so far. Need to think about this, and its relation to     (2AG)

Todd Schneider: Elisa, thank you the information and updates. You've identified a large number of     (2AI)

interesting research problems that have very practical consequences (and need to solved yesterday).     (2AJ)

Have to go. Cheers.     (2AK)

Harold Solbrig: CTS2 has attempted to represent a reasonable subset of OMV     (2AL)

Harold Solbrig: We ended up using more of an earlier version, however, that did support the notion of     (2AM)

ontology version.     (2AN)

Harold Solbrig: CTS2 will be coupled w/ BioPortal which will make it accessible to OOR as well if     (2AO)

desired.     (2AP)

Michael Grüninger: @HaroldSolbrig: Can you please expand the acronym CTS2?     (2AQ)

Ali Hashemi: @Michael, @Harold: CTS2 = Common Terminology Services 2 (http://hssp.wikispaces.com/cts2) ?     (2AR)

Harold Solbrig: That is the intro - the current jump off point is     (2AS)

Harold Solbrig: http://informatics.mayo.edu/cts2 is an anchor point as well, has the specs and the     (2AU)

like, but we're currently in the process of updating the documentation     (2AV)

Harold Solbrig: @MichaelGruninger - "Common Terminology Services 2" - The "2" is because it is a     (2AW)

logical successor to the CTS standard, which emerged in HL7 and ISO TC215     (2AX)

Michael Grüninger: @HaroldSolbrig: thanks!     (2AY)

Michael Grüninger: @Elisa: You discussed models and modules? We all know how the term "model" is     (2AZ)

overloaded, so I could you clarify how model modularity is related to ontology modularity?     (2AAA)

John Bateman: Really excellent presentation! Fantastic overview of very many absolute current,     (2AAB)

critical issues of interest to many of us. Thanks for that! ... particularly concerning the current     (2AAC)

burning issues of modularity and reasoning over the specs.     (2AAD)

Fabian Neuhaus: unfortunately i have to go. Elisa, thank you for your great presentation.     (2AAE)

Peter P. Yim: @Elisa - great presenation! ... can you give us some pointers to the state-of-the-art in     (2AAF)

UML to OWL/CL and XML to OWL/CL translation tools?     (2AAG)

Leo Obrst: Thanks, Elisa! Good view of the landscape.     (2AAH)

Peter P. Yim: @Michael - [reference to the person at JPL Elisa mentioned] that would be:     (2AAI)

Christopher Spottiswoode: Many thanks - most impressive!     (2AAL)

Peter P. Yim: -- session ended 11:19am PDT --     (2AAN)

-- end of chat session --     (2AAO)

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