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Re: COI next steps

From: <helen.chen@agfa.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Nov 2009 16:26:46 -0500
To: joshua.phillips@semanticbits.com
Cc: public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org, public-semweb-lifesci-request@w3.org
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Joshua

The COI group has discussed two possible directions:

1. Expand the test cases and apply to more substantial clinical models and 
datasets. 
2. Embed authentication rules and consent management policies into the 
mapping rules, and apply access control during the transformation of 
queries. 

Yes, we are looking for new use cases and more datasets to work with.  For 
example, we would like to have use cases where there is misalignment, even 
conflicts between two different domain ontologies.  We would also like to 
test where SPARQL "construct" is not enough and we need to introduce more 
expressive rules.  caBIG has done lots of work in setting standards for 
interoperability.  It would be a good area to  work. 

We are looking forward to having you join this conservation. 

Helen Chen






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Hi,

What are the next steps for the Clinical Observations Interop group? Are 
you looking for new use cases and data sets to work with? I'm interested 
to explore how this work could be applied to data from applications 
developed in caBIG such as caTissue (biospecimen annotations), caArray 
(gene expression), caAERS (adverse events), and C3PR (eligibility 
criteria, patient registration, protocols).

 - Joshua
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