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Re: Action-97 Proposal for User-facing documentation: OWL Cookbook

From: Vojtech Svatek <Svatek@vse.cz>
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 21:41:00 +0100
To: Alan Ruttenberg <alanruttenberg@gmail.com>
Cc: OWL Working Group WG <public-owl-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <OF5804CD5A.B8E1F4A7-ONC125740A.00719E13-C125740A.00719E1E@kotelna.vse.cz>

Excellent!
I would be more than happy to give hand - though as vox populi rather than
an expert...
(But only after the EU ICT Call 3 deadline, which is April 8...)

I suppose this could be a kind of extension to the OEP TF [1] docs?
Maybe, however, indexing the new library (of 'vignettes') in a bit
different way then the old thing?
(As people often do not realise that what they need is e.g. 'value
partition'.) SE folks have great techniques for structuring and indexing in
pattern libraries afaik. This could perhaps be worth looking at at some
phase?
And as you say, it should be more grounded in real apps... well, actually,
perhaps involving, for each problem, both a simple contrived example and
some larger one from a real app?

Regards
Vojtech

[1] http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/BestPractices/OEP/

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>Komu: OWL Working Group WG <public-owl-wg@w3.org>
>Od: Alan Ruttenberg <alanruttenberg@gmail.com>
>Odeslal: public-owl-wg-request@w3.org
>Datum: 12.03.2008 05:52
>Předmět: Action-97 Proposal for User-facing documentation: OWL
>Cookbook
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>I work with a lot of different small ontology efforts in biomedicine.
>
>One of the comments I often get is that the documentation tells you
>
>about OWL, but not about how to get stuff done with OWL, and that
>there should be a cookbook of useful recipes for using OWL. For our
>
>purposes, I see this as a series of vignettes showing how to write
>OWL that does useful inference. Each would present a short summary of
>
>the problem that is to be addressed, a small ontology that
>accomplishes the task, as well as a bit saying how you know it worked
>
>(e.g. SPARQL query against Pellet-backed Jena model). The vignettes
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>could come from various domains, and I would expect that they could
>
>be drawn from experience of the WG participants own work. I have a
>number that I have collected at http://svn.mumble.net:8080/svn/lsw/
>trunk/owl/tests/ some of which I would be willing to write up as part
>
>of this document (I would, of course, present them in a more standard
>
>syntax)
>
>-Alan
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