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Subject: Re: [regrep] [Deadline Tomorrow] Re: [regrep] XML2004 abstractdeadline: May 7

Chiusano Joseph wrote:

>Excellent - recommend clarifying early on (or in the title) that "ISO/TS
>15000 based Registry / Repository" is synonymous to OASIS/ebXML
>Registry, and using one consistent reference throughout. Encountering
>"OASIS/ebXML Registry" late in the abstract could throw the reader into
>an intended subject shift.
To add to Joe's thought...

I think we should replace "Registry / Repository" in title with "ebXML 
Name recognition is important. I would not suggest using "ISO 15000 
based Registry / Repository"
as it is not our name.

Great looking abstract Carl. Thanks and best of luck.

>Carl Mattocks wrote:
>>Here is the proposed 500 word abstract addressing Semantic Content
>>Management Using ebXML Registry ..
>>nit picking comments welcome ..
>>title = Managing Medical Ontologies using OWL and Registry / Repository
>>The Semantic Web is about the autonomous discovery and assembly of
>>dis-tributed remote resources. Which is based on the automated sharing of
>>meta-data terms across Web applications that provide a common approach for
>>the discovery, understanding, and exchange of semantics. This presentation
>>out-lines how the e-health knowledge embedded in Upper and Lower
>>Ontologies support the web service discovery task that may involve the
>>interaction of in-dependent resources from different domains and owned by
>>different entities. In particular, it identifies the challenges of
>>development and publishing re-quired by agents representing the
>>stakeholders that use OWL ontologies to both assist the discovery process
>>and also to pull the services together into a workflow. Such as, the
>>semantically enriched web services being developed for ARTEMIS an
>>international project which provides interoperability of medical
>>information systems.
>>The audience will understand how specific knowledge management chal-lenges
>>are addressed including - how using ontologies for managing content
>>ensures a high level of relevance for the knowledge that is being
>>associated with the semantic annotations. Given,  documents can be viewed
>>(and there-fore indexed) according to different views of the world, and
>>assigned different classification schemes used for different purposes.
>>Further, why a multidi-mensional view of the world requires use of several
>>ontologies, not as a single classification hierarchy, but as a product of
>>orthogonal hierarchies. Given (1) a large overlap among the subject fields
>>involved and (2)  a large number of codes and rubrics, typically in the
>>order of magnitude of 10000-100000 entries, in commonly used
>>terminological systems;
>>Additionally, participants will learn how the enterprise content
>>management capabilities of ISO/TS 15000 based Registry / Repository are
>>used to met the challenges. For instance, although the ISO/TS 15000
>>standard does not ex-plicitly reference semantic content capabilities the
>>session will shown how it is already being used to associate web services
>>with OWL ontologies. Specifically, in addition to explaining the approach
>>used by the Artemeis project, the speaker will show how the Mayo Clinic
>>has successfully used the Registry / Repository for their Ontological
>>investigations. Referencing, how the Electronic Health Record (EHR) is
>>defined by two ontological levels. (1) Level One On-tology represents the
>>high-level classes and relationships for the entire longi-tudinal HER (the
>>classes are domain independent); (2) Level Two ontology represents
>>clinical concepts in the form of classes and the relationships be-tween
>>those classes; (3) Classes in the Level Two ontology can be repre-sented
>>both through its relationships with the classes of the Level One
>>ontol-ogy, and through it’s relationships with the classes in the Level
>>Two ontology. Finally, the attendees will be given a brief status report
>>outlining the progress of the OASIS EbXML Registry / Repository Semantic
>>Content Management SC effort focused on enabling the creation of a
>>repository of ontologies. De-scriptions provided include how such a
>>repository would facilitate ontology discovery and encourage reuse across
>>enterprises. Plus, how the logical con-sistency of ontologies can be
>>checked with a reasoner, and implicit knowledge can be inferred for these
>>ontologies using queries employing semantic terms
>><quote who="Chiusano Joseph">
>>>Just a friendly reminder that the deadline for abstracts
>>>(non-late-breaking) for XML 2004 is tomorrow, Fri., 5/7/04.
>>>>Here are some ideas we been considering recently in various forums:
>>>>-Semantic Content Management Using ebXML Registry (present work of the
>>>>SCM SC, Carl Mattocks, Farrukh, ....)
>>>>Carl, please confirm if you can take ownership of this?
>>>>-Vocabulary Management Using ebXML Registry (present the work of the UK
>>>>egov pilot, Paul Spencer, Farrukh, Duane, ....)
>>>>Duane, please confirm if you can take ownership of this per our
>>>>discussions at Amsterdam?
>>Carl Mattocks
>>co-Chair OASIS (ISO/TS 15000) ebXMLRegistry Semantic Content SC
>>co-Chair OASIS Business Centric Methodology TC
>>v/f (usa) 908 322 8715
>>Semantically Smart Compendiums
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