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Alternative Meeting Agendas     (1)

...proposed during preparations     (1A)

Tuesday 3/14/06     (1B)

Another Draft Agenda (--AdamPease)     (1B1)

Tuesday - 8:30am     (1B1A)

(1) Introduce the three formal upper ontologies (2) Propose a joint public statement (3) Organize a proposal for joint funded work     (1B1C)

ontologies     (1B1K)

Yet Another Draft Agenda (--JohnBateman)     (1B2)

Tuesday - 8:30am     (1B2A)

(1) Introduce approaches and methodologies to UO (2) Highlight issues (for and against) ontology interrelationships (3) Propose a joint public statement (4) Organize a proposal for joint funded work     (1B2C)

starting points, methodologies, orientation to relating to and with other UO's, results so far/experiences     (1B2F)

  • 13-15:30 slots on particular methods and case analyses for relating ontologies, options (common subset vs./and interrelations): Doug Lenat, Michael Gruninger, Till Mossakowski, Adam Pease, Pat Cassidy, all?     (1B2I)
  • 15:30 work on a specific public statement - facilitated by Steve Ray     (1B2J)

Wednesday 3/15/06 Morning     (1C)

Earlier DRAFT Agenda (as of March 8, 2006)     (1C1)

9:00 AM - Welcome and Introductions, Brand Niemann, SICoP Chair     (1C1A)

9:30 AM - The Upper Ontology: Examples and Marketplace, Mills Davis, Project10X, SICoP Module 2 White paper Lead, "Semantic Wave 2006: Executive Guide to the Business Value of Semantic Technologies", and NCOR Outreach Committee (see Wiki) (confirmed)     (1C1G)

  • "What's the business story here" that would motivate organizations to make investments. I think the solution is to link upper level ontology efforts with issues of national and international significance. Enabling the growth of scientific knowledge, the interoperability of information and systems over networks, and the sharing of information and knowledge across cultures are three such challenges. It may be a bit much to call them "killer apps" for upper level ontology, but in a macro sense, that is what they are:     (1C1I)
    • 1. We're developing the scientific method for in-silico science.     (1C1I1)
    • 2 . We're laying comprehensive theoretical and practical foundations for network, system, and information interoperability to power global economic expansion.     (1C1I2)
    • 3. We're synthesizing the theoretical and practical foundations for multi-lingual computing.     (1C1I3)
  • Open Discussion (most of the time spent on this)     (1C1J)
    • How have Upper Ontologies Been Used?     (1C1J1)
    • How can Upper Ontologies Be Incorporated in the Ontology Infrastructure (Editors, Platform, Applications, etc.)?     (1C1J2)
    • How Can We Work with a Subset, An Intersection of Upper Ontologies from this Summit?     (1C1J3)
    • Other Questions?     (1C1J4)

10:30 AM BREAK     (1C1K)

10:45 AM - Panel Discussion of Ontology Infrastructure Representatives: Moderator, TBA     (1C1L)

12 NOON ADJOURN     (1C1Q)

1 PM Upper Ontology Summit Begins     (1C1R)

Another DRAFT Agenda (--AdamPease)     (1C2)

  • Purposes: (1) Introduce other schemas, models and taxonomies as well as     (1C2A)

formal non-upper ontologies (2) Discuss how these models could use a formal upper ontology     (1C2B)

Wednesday 3/15/06 Afternoon     (1D)

Another Draft Agenda (--AdamPease)     (1D1)

  • Puposes: (1) Introduce the public and press to formal upper ontology     (1D1A)

(2) Present the joint work of the previous sessions to the public     (1D1B)


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