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OpenOntologyRepository: Architecture & API Workshop-XIII - Tue 2012_09_11     (1)

Topic: OOR Architecture & API Workshop-XIII: New OOR Use Cases and their Impact on the OOR Architecture ... consideer this session, also, as "OOR Use Cases - Take-4"     (1A)

Session Co-chairs: Professor Ken Baclawski & Dr. ToddSchneider     (1B)

  • Shared-screen support (VNC session), if applicable, will be started 5 minutes before the call at:     (1C5)
    • view-only password: "ontolog"     (1C5A)
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  • Discussions and Q & A:     (1C7)
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  • Please note that this session may be recorded, and if so, the audio archive is expected to be made available as open content, along with the proceedings of the call to our community membership and the public at-large under our prevailing open IPR policy.     (1C11)

Attendees     (1E)

  • Expecting:     (1E2)
    • ... if you are coming to the meeting, please add your name (plus your affiliation, if you aren't already a member of the community) above, or e-mail <> so that we can reserve enough resources to support everyone's participation. ...     (1E3A)

Agenda Ideas     (1F)

Session Abstract & Resources     (1F4)

Recent Ontolog sessions, such as those in the EarthScienceOntolog mini-series, have highlighted new use cases for the design and application of ontologies.     (1F4A)

(1) Ontologies are modularized, with each module having different versions.     (1F4B)
(2) Ontology module versions may shift from one representation language to another over time.     (1F4C)
(3) Ontology modules may be in different locations (ideally, OOR instances) and one needs to map between them. For example, the same leaf concepts can be categorized in more than one way by different communities, and users want to select the categorization for their specific needs.     (1F4D)
(4) Ontology elements are often mapped to domain-specific visualizations which may vary with their use.     (1F4E)

These new use cases represent new challenges for the design of the the OOR. This session will attempt to understand these new use cases and to propose changes to the OOR architecture for dealing with them.The various architectures and APIs for ontology repositories presented for consideration are available at OpenOntologyRepository_Architecture     (1F4F)

Here is the status of the strawman architecture: OpenOntologyRepository_Architecture/Candidate03     (1F4G)

In addition, there is an API of the core services that was obtained from anearlier implementation BioPortal, which is not entirely compatible with the straw man architecture, but furnishes a starting point. This API will also be discussed and modified as needed.     (1F4H)

Finally, we need to agree on a plan for completing the development of the specification.     (1F4K)

We encourage all participants to update your candidate contributions to ensure your ideas are known and understood.     (1F4M)

The following are relevant prior meetings:     (1F4N)

Agenda & Proceedings     (1G)

1. Meeting called to order:     (1G5)

2. Roll Call & Adoption of last meeting's minutes:     (1G9)

3. Key items for review and discussion today:     (1G13)

... items below are mostly from the previous workshop, and may be updated as this session progresses.     (1G17)

  • Gatekeeping specifies the a set of minimal requirements that any ontology within the OOR has to meet. The latter are intended to enable the users of the OOR to find quickly ontologies that fit their needs; the criteria are not supposed to ensure the quality of the ontologies.     (1G18)

4. Consensus, Conclusions & Follow-up Actions:     (1G20)

5. Any Other Business:     (1G21)

6. Next Meeting & Adjourn:     (1G22)

notes taken by: Peter P. Yim / 2012.09.11-11:11am PDT     (1G26)

All participants, please review and edit to enhance accuracy and granularity of the documented proceedings.     (1G27)

Resources     (1H)

  • the Joint IAOA-OOR-Ontolog "Ontologies and Standards" mini-series:     (1H16)
    • 2011_10_20 - Thursday: Joint IAOA-OOR-Ontolog "Ontologies and Standards" mini-series session-1: Introducing the ISO NP 17347 "Ontology Integration and Interoperability (OntoIOp)" Standardization Effort - Co-chairs: John Bateman & Michael Grüninger - ConferenceCall_2011_10_20     (1H16A)
    • 2011_11_03 - Thursday: Joint IAOA-OOR-Ontolog "Ontologies and Standards" mini-series session-2: Invited Speaker: Elisa Kendall on "Ontology-Related Metadata Standards" - Co-chairs: Michael Grüninger & John Bateman - ConferenceCall_2011_11_03     (1H16B)
    • 2012_07_17 - Tuesday: Joint IAOA-OOR-Ontolog "Ontologies and Standards" mini-series session-3: "Standardisation Coordination and Ontology Repositories" - Co-chairs: Michael Grüninger & John Bateman - ConferenceCall_2012_07_17     (1H16C)

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