From OntologPSMW

Revision as of 02:47, 9 January 2016 by KennethBaclawski (Talk | contribs)

(diff) ← Older revision | Latest revision (diff) | Newer revision → (diff)
Jump to: navigation, search
[ ]


Ontolog Workshop at the 7th International Prot��g�� Conference - July 6, 2004     (1)

Workshop Title: Extending Enterprise Ontologies: Levels, Limits, and Tensions     (1A)

Rationale / Solicitations     (1B)

  • Rationale:     (1B1)
    • The Ontolog Forum is an open, platform-neutral community, focused on issues associated with the engineering of business ontologies     (1B1A)
      • One of its main projects has been to develop a formal ontology based on the UBL (OASIS - Universal Business Language) schemas     (1B1A1)
      • The community has used Protege in a number of ways. Some were successful. Some were not.     (1B1A2)
      • This workshop will report lessons learned, describe future projects, and other topics of general interest to the Protege / Ontological Engineering / eBusiness community     (1B1A3)
    • Those with an interest in contributing to these general discussions of are encourage to attend and submit additional papers for consideration     (1B1B)
    • The ontolog community wishes to take this opportunity to commence dialog with those who have the expertise in the ("lossless" or "lossy") conversion of Protege-based ontologies to OWL, RDF/S, XML/XSD, UML/UML-Class-Diagram, UML2/OCL, SQL, ... etc.     (1B1C)
    • Scheduled Topics (Actual titles may change....)     (1B3A)
      • Management of Ontology Projects that Rely on Virtual, Volunteer Teams (Kurt Conrad)     (1B3A1)
      • Extending Protege to Import and Export SUMO KIF (Pat Cassidy)     (1B3A2)
      • Using Protege to Formalize the REA (Resources-Events-Agents) Ontology (BillMcCarthy)     (1B3A3)
      • Development of ontology-based meta-standards in an effort to introduce ontological engineering methodologies into eBusiness standards bodies (Peter P. Yim)     (1B3A4)
  • Who should be coming?     (1B5)
    • individuals and corporate personnel interested in the research & development of E-Business standards through the use of ontological methodologies.     (1B5A)
    • All members of the ontolog community, active members as well as observers.     (1B5B)
    • those who are thinking of joining the [ontolog-forum] of finding out what it is doing.     (1B5C)

Date / Venue / Logistics     (1C)

Attendees     (1D)

Agenda & Proceedings     (1E)

  • What follows is a tentative schedule. The presentation titles, for example, are subject to revision by the authors. We are targeting 20 minutes for each presentation with 10 minutes for follow-up discussion and "speaker switching logistics." Please forward any questions, issues, or corrections to Kurt Conrad or Bob Smith, as appropriate.     (1E1A)
13:30 ... Welcome and Introductions     (1E1B)
15:00 ... Break     (1E1E)
16:00 ... Evan Wallace, Nenad Anicic, NenadIvezic, Serm Kulvatunyou, "Experiences formalizing OAG eBusiness models in OWL, two perspectives" - Perspective-1, Perspective-2     (1E1G)
17:25 ... Closing     (1E1J)

Resources     (1F)

Snapshots     (1G)

Remarks     (1H)

This page has been migrated from the OntologWiki - Click here for original page     (1H2)