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Re: BPs for linksets

From: Eric Stephan <ericphb@gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 31 Oct 2015 10:34:35 -0700
Message-ID: <CAMFz4jj_GUrpzCaD-049J0zVoHn+ELrqvgs9QqLJB9GkJQzKdg@mail.gmail.com>
To: Laufer <laufer@globo.com>
Cc: Phil Archer <phila@w3.org>, Annette Greiner <amgreiner@lbl.gov>, "Purohit, Sumit" <Sumit.Purohit@pnnl.gov>, Public DWBP WG <public-dwbp-wg@w3.org>
Phil,

Interesting work in progress document for Secure Contexts about managing
threat models and risks for web applications.  I can't help but see this
being applicable to linkset.
https://w3c.github.io/webappsec-secure-contexts/

Cheers,

Eric S

On Thu, Oct 29, 2015 at 12:38 PM, Eric Stephan <ericphb@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Phil,
>
> Busy day today, so this is just a quick note to express:
> 1) While I didn't know there was a specific term linksets, it makes a lot
> of sense because communities outside of the spatial data perspective are
> grappling with this problem.
> 2) Some examples that come to mind:
>    a) The Atmosphere Radiation Measurement program has instrumentation
> that produces measurements. These measurements must be restructured in such
> a way that simulation modeler consumers can use their data.  So temperature
> measurement data streams A, B, C are integrated to create a "Value Added
> Product" D to provide a composite of the best temperature measurements for
> the simulation modeler consumer.   If I were reviewing results M produced
> by the simulation modeler, I might want to look at D and how D originated
> from streams A, B, C for a full disclosure record.
>    b) Heterogeneous data collected in datasets or measured in a variety of
> ways and the composite of represent either a profile of a physical
> phenomena (performance metrics).
>   c) A series quantum chemistry simulations are run to predict the
> behavior of molecules under various conditions.  Each simulation represents
> a separate dataset.    A linkset ties together a portion (e.g. lines
> 2200-4500 in file A of dataset Z)  of each dataset distribution that
> represents an insight or anomaly.
>
> Does this help?
>
> Eric S
>
> On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 10:00 AM, Laufer <laufer@globo.com> wrote:
>
>>
>>
>> Hi, Phil,
>>
>> I think it is interesting. What I can see (at first sight) is that the
>> group is interested in how to give metadata about a relation between
>> linksets. In a broader sense, when our group was discussing versions,
>> we talked about the idea of datasets having different types of relations. I
>> think that here we have a relationship class that has properties that are
>> associated with a relation between two datasets. I think this also applies
>> to the case of diff between versions of a dataset. Summarizing, we have a
>> relation between two datasets (or linksets) that has properties. Another
>> thing is what vocabularies will be suitable for describing each set of
>> properties of this relation.
>>
>> Laufer
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>> Em 27/10/2015 3:07, Phil Archer escreveu:
>>
>> Annette, Eric, Sumit,
>>
>>
>> I have you in mind although this is open to everyone in the WG (Laufer?)...
>>
>> Again from the Spatial Data WG, there is a lot of discussion going on
>> here about Linksets and how to publish them. There is interest here in
>> working on a Note on this, but it needs to have non-spatial people
>> concerned as well since it's applicable to any kind of data.
>>
>> So we're talking about publishing information about how to interpret a
>> dataset in relation to others (A's garden is B's yard, A's foo includes B's
>> bar and baz)
>>
>> Does this resonate with you at all?
>>
>> Phil.
>>
>>
>
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