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ONTOLOG Community & Project Planning Worskhop 2004     (1)

Participants Input     (1D)

Parking Lot     (1E)

Goals / Expectations for the Nov-2003 Workshop     (1F)

  • Build rapport between Ontolog members -> effectiveness online     (1F1)
  • See if ontological perspective will help (me / UBL / others)     (1F2)
  • See if Ontolog is jelling �� identify role / contribution     (1F3)
  • Identify value for ontology to provide (use cases)     (1F4)
  • Detect inappropriate use of concepts / relationships ��> guidelines     (1F5)
  • Visibility into UBL work products -> extract semantics     (1F6)
  • Secondary objectives     (1F7)

From the Facilitated Planning Session by Kurt Conrad     (1G)

    • Draft Vision Statements     (1G3A)
      • Demonstrate a process that enables users with different needs to agree on an overarching structure for knowledge representation.     (1G3A1)
      • Suddenly able to connect the dots between two-dozen academic and practical ��knowledge silos��: BMPL, Open EDI, BPEL, Rosetta Net, International Association of Social Network Analysis, ebXML, UBL, etc.     (1G3A2)
      • The Ontolog Forum will become a focal point for the development and deployment of open source tools for analyzing and understanding ontologies (singular and multiple)(ontology and Ontology).     (1G3A3)
      • Be the foremost international open forum on Business Domain ontology -��     (1G3A4)
        • attracting, retaining, [and invigorating] the best minds in this field as members of the community     (1G3A4A)
      • A technical report that analyzes the content of the UBL document set and derives a business collaboration ontology at the business operations level     (1G3A5)
    • To get several users with different project goals (within the general area of business transactions) to agree on a single, detailed representation that is suitable for their different applications.     (1G11A)
    • Automatically ��parses�� a complex 22 page legal agreement into a one-page, time-phased (dec-tree, iscoo, declarative) form / display that is easily read by ��average�� citizen of UK, Tibet, or or even native speaker of Tlinkit (Alaskan) language.     (1G12A)
    • The UBL Ontology Project will provide the UBL committee with the means (tools, analysis methods, and metrics) to analyze the ontological consistency and robustness of the UBL.     (1G13A)
    • Our work product becomes, or at least heavily influences, UBL x.0 (say 4.0), and that UBL x.0 actually turns out to be an ontology and gets adopted by the rest of the business world. (comment: direction OK, UBL may or may not be the vehicle. Therefore, a "UBL-like standard" maybe more appropriate.)     (1G14A)
    • Identify Strategies     (1G22A)
      • Task: Choose 3 of the consolidated issues under Gap Analysis. For each issue, draft a description of the issue, one or more strategies to resolve the issue, and at least two measurable objectives for each strategy.     (1G22A1)
      • Process: Work offline and post to personal input wiki page (listed above)     (1G22A2)

real-time session facilitated by Kurt Conrad 2004.01.08 10:35am~12:35pm PST     (1G24)

further updated Kurt Conrad updated 2004.02.05 10:40am~12:12pm PST     (1G25)


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