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Re: OWL "Sydney Syntax"

From: Guntis Barzdins <guntis@latnet.lv>
Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2006 16:49:10 +0200
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Dear Anne,

First of all thanks for pointing to this very interesting work on PENG by
Rolf Schwitter at the OWL-ED workshop recently. I just wanted to add that
there is a paper by Rolf presenting a full Controlled Natural Language
syntax for OWL DL:


In this context, there is not much left to be done for OWL "Sydney Syntax",
except creating nice tools (similar to PENG-ECOLE editor for FOL) and
extending it to OWL 1.1.
Hereby I would also like to express my interest to participate in any such
work, especially if you manage to get Rolf hemself on-board.

Best regards,
   -- Guntis Barzdins
      University of Latvia

> Rolf has previously indicated an interest in collaborating with myself and
> my NICTA colleagues in Sydney, and Thomas Meyer (my co-supervisor) and I
> have contacted Rolf to discuss this and hopefully scope out what I am
> currently referring to as a "Sydney Syntax" for OWL.  I expect this work
> would be a subset of PENG's current capabilities, and the hardest part
> would just be to make a nice interface.
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