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Re: [Fwd: ISMB 2008 Call for Special Session Proposals + More ISCB Conference News]

From: Mark Montgomery <markm@kyield.com>
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2007 13:19:23 -0700
Message-ID: <000d01c7fbc3$8a0d4b30$6500a8c0@Inspiron>
To: "Andrea Splendiani" <andrea.splendiani@unimib.it>, "Suzanna Lewis" <suzi@berkeleybop.org>
Cc: "Paolo Romano" <paolo.romano@istge.it>, "Eric Jain" <Eric.Jain@isb-sib.ch>, <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>

Well, I certainly view ontologies as just one part of the semantic web 
universe, particularly from the enterprise perspective. .02- MM


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Andrea Splendiani" <andrea.splendiani@unimib.it>
To: "Suzanna Lewis" <suzi@berkeleybop.org>
Cc: "Paolo Romano" <paolo.romano@istge.it>; "Eric Jain" 
<Eric.Jain@isb-sib.ch>; <public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 20, 2007 1:00 PM
Subject: Re: [Fwd: ISMB 2008 Call for Special Session Proposals + More ISCB 
Conference News]



Yes, right.
Can semantic web be seen as distinct from ontologies ?

best,
Andrea

Il giorno 20/set/07, alle ore 21:38, Suzanna Lewis ha scritto:

> There has been a SIG on bioOntologies for the last ten years. If  you are 
> planning on doing anything, then perhaps you should contact  those folk 
> first.
>
>
> On Sep 20, 2007, at 10:41 AM, Andrea Splendiani wrote:
>
>> my 0.001 cents,
>>
>> If you look at the other sessions, there's nothing so  technologically 
>> oriented. And there's already a session on  ontologies.
>> Maybe a SIG ?  (that by the way seem to be more interesting) with  a 
>> focus on data intergation in life sciences ? (just to give a 
>> traslational touch).
>>
>> Andrea
>>
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>>
>> -----------
>> Andrea Splendiani
>> post-doc, bootstrep project (www.bootstrep.eu)
>>
>> UPRES-EA 3888 - Laboratoire d'Informatique Médicale
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>> 2, rue Henri Le Guilloux
>> 35033 Rennes - France
>> Tel : +33 2 99 28 92 45 / +33 2 99 28 42 15 (secr.)
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>>
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>> Il giorno 20/set/07, alle ore 17:12, Paolo Romano ha scritto:
>>
>>>
>>> At 16:50 20/09/2007, Eric Jain wrote:
>>>
>>>> Paolo Romano wrote:
>>>>> as I see it, ISMB is always being preferring Science, instead  of 
>>>>> Technology.
>>>>
>>>> In principal, perhaps, but "technology" stuff seems to attract  plenty 
>>>> of attention (maybe not as main talks, but as SIGs, BOFs,  posters and 
>>>> demos, plus of course there are all the technology  vendors with their 
>>>> booths)...
>>>
>>> we are speaking about a Special Session.
>>> From the Charter:
>>>
>>>>> Special Sessions have the purpose of introducing the ISMB  community 
>>>>> to relevant and "hot" scientific topics that are  typically not within 
>>>>> the focus of an ISMB meeting, and  highlighting the impact of 
>>>>> computational biology and  bioinformatics within these emerging 
>>>>> topics.
>>>
>>> Paolo
>>>
>>>
>>> Paolo Romano (paolo.romano@istge.it)
>>> Bioinformatics
>>> National Cancer Research Institute (IST)
>>> Largo Rosanna Benzi, 10, I-16132, Genova, Italy
>>> Tel: +39-010-5737-288  Fax: +39-010-5737-295
>>>
>>>
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