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Re: Use case facets

Date: Wed, 19 Mar 2008 10:54:02 -0400
To: Melliyal Annamalai <melliyal.annamalai@oracle.com>
Cc: W3C SWEO IG <public-sweo-ig@w3.org>, public-sweo-ig-request@w3.org
Message-ID: <OF7C592CB7.BD7E543E-ON85257411.00514F05-85257411.0051DA5F@EliLilly.lilly.com>

Hi Melli,

This looks good to me.

The only facet I'm not convinced about is 'Deployed or Not', because all
examples are deployed either as prototype use cases or as production level
case studies. If we are going to keep two sections on the web site, then I
don't believe this facet is not necessary. If you want to merge all of the
examples, then perhaps there could be a heading along the lines of
'Deployment Level', and users could select  'case study' and/or 'use case'.



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Hi all,

  Late regrets, I got pulled into an urgent call at my company.

  Here is the note on the use case facets I should have sent last week.  If
folks on the group are OK with these facets we will start working on
incorporating these in the webpage.

 We have come up with the following facets for the use cases. The first
three are already facets on the page now.

Institution's Activity Area
Benefits of using Semantics
Deployed or not: Choices are: Yes
Technologies used: Choices are: RDF, OWL, SPARQL, In-house ontology, Public

  Here is an example of some terms that we identified from use case #5
(Case Study: Composing a Safer Drug Regimen for each Patient with Semantic
Web Technologies)

Institution's Activity Area: Healthcare
Application: Data integration, Data sharing
Country: USA
Benefits: Support of an evolving schema, Ability to represent relationships

Deployed or not: Unsure (so we would not store anything for this facet for
this use case)
Technologies used: RDF, OWL, In-house ontology

Let us know what you think.

Melli and Lee
Received on Wednesday, 19 March 2008 14:54:45 UTC

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