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Session Contexts for Integration and Interoperability
Duration 1.5 hour
Date/Time Feb 21 2018 17:00 GMT
9:00am PST/12:00pm EST
5:00pm GMT/6:00pm CET
Convener CoryCasanave and RaviSharma


Ontology Summit 2018 Contexts for Integration and Interoperability Session 1     (2)

Agenda     (2A)

Eswaran ‘Sub’ Subrahmanian and Ira Monarch (NIST, CMU) on     (2A1)

Root and rule based approach to search and knowledge representation given extensible and evolving terminology.     (2A2)

Conference Call Information     (2B)

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Attendees     (2C)

Proceedings     (2D)

ToddSchneider: How are contexts used or recognized in the process(es)?     (2D1)

Gary Berg-Cross: From  Jack Ring how will you know which term is the more general     (2D2)

ToddSchneider: Must the ordering of 'roots' be linear?     (2D3)

DouglasRMiles: This a great and meaty talk!     (2D4)

ToddSchneider: Cory, will questions be taken at the end of each presentation? Or at the conclusion of all presentations?     (2D5)

Cory Casanave: Todd, as the presentations are connected - I suggest we do it at the end.     (2D6)

DouglasRMiles: So the idea is not just deduce a NatLanguage lexicon ,, but a starting point that perhaps ontology can be formed     (2D7)

DouglasRMiles: Question: So the NL that get pumped into this system.. is the text author aware of how their statements will be gleaned?     (2D8)

ToddSchneider: URL:     (2D9)

DouglasRMiles: (Well i guess that answer is no. but it wouldn't hurt to allow that)     (2D10)

Gary Berg-Cross: Does this NIST work relate in some way to the materials work going on by Chandler Becker also at NIST?     (2D11)

Jack Ring: There are many more vulnerabilities in a given system than CWE knows about. How will you apply for ideas to find all vulnerabilities?     (2D12)

Jack Ring: Pls show your ontology for "vulnerability"     (2D13)

Jack Ring: #31 Because memory corruption is enabled by the recently popular languages?     (2D14)

John Sowa: I have to leave now.     (2D15)

Jack Ring: Pls show ontology of these six terms:  1/28/2018, 1/30/2018, add, subtract, multiply, divide     (2D16)

ToddSchneider: How might ontologies generated with your processes be aligned automatically with a foundational/upper ontology?     (2D17)

ToddSchneider: How might your search capabilities be used across 'domains' (that may contain similar terms)?     (2D18)

Jack Ring: Pls show ontology of a)Denial of service and system downtime     (2D19)

Cory Casanave: knowledge discovery metamodel (A use of it):     (2D20)

ToddSchneider: Cory, where did you post the link?     (2D21)

Cory Casanave: Here is the standard:     (2D22)

ToddSchneider: Cory, never mind; Slow screen update.     (2D23)

Gary Berg-Cross: Have to go now...     (2D24)

Resources     (2E)

Previous Meetings     (2F)

Next Meetings     (2G)