November 7th, 2005, afternoon
Ontology Patterns for the Semantic Web
As interest in the semantic web increases, so, too, has the need for high-quality and reusable examples of semantic web ontologies. This half-day workshop will focus on discussion instead of presentation and papers that describe particular ontologies in RDFS and OWL - that is, actual ontologies in OWL or RDFS that address an open, and general problem. Each selected ontology will be assigned a responder from the workshop participants who will commit to carefully reviewing the work and providing directed comments and helping to lead the discussion. The workshop will be of interest to anyone committed to using semantic web technology, or becoming part of the semantic web itself. Many newcomers find the technology daunting, and having a sound place to start will improve matters considerably.
|14:00||Introduction and brief statements on OEP and Content Patterns (CODePs)||C. Welty, A. Gangemi|
|14:30||Explicit knowledge engineering patterns with macros||D. Vrandecic|
|14:55||OMV - Ontology Metadata Vocabulary||J. Hartmann, R. Palma, Y. Sure, M. Carmen Suarez-Figueroa, P: Haase|
|15:20||Towards an OWL-formalization of the ResoirceEvent Agent Business Domain Ontology||F. Gailly, G. Poels|
|16:15||OntoMedia - Creating an Ontology for Marking Up the Content of Heterogeneous Media||F. Lawrence, M. Tuffield, M. Jewell, A. Prügel-Bennett, D. Millard, M. Nixon, M. Schraefel, N. Shadbolt|
|16:40||An example of food ontology for diabetes control||J. Cantais, D. Dominguez, V. Gigante, L. Laera, V. Tamma|
|17:05||Observations from the Development of Social Reality Ontology for a KDD Application||V. Svatek|
Pat Hayes, IHMC
Alan Rector, U. Manchester
Deborah McGuinness, Stanford KSL
Mike Uschold, Boeing Research
Elisa Kendall, Sandpiper
Natasha Noy, Stanford U.