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Announcing Protege Short Course

From: Samson Tu <tu@SMI.Stanford.EDU>
Date: Fri, 01 Oct 2004 14:25:59 -0700
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Announcing the inaugural Protégé Short Course

When: January 18th - 21st, 2005
Where: Stanford Medical Informatics, Medical School Office Building
         Stanford, California
How: Register at http://protege.stanford.edu/screg.html
Early registration fee (valid until November 1, 2004): $1600
Course website: http://protege.stanford.edu/shortcourse.html

The Protégé short course provides an in-depth introduction to the field
of ontology engineering. The course will be taught by the developers of
Protégé at the Stanford Medical Informatics lab facility located in the
Stanford Medical Center. Enrollment in the course will be limited in
order to ensure a small class size.

Who should attend: Beginning or intermediate developers and project
managers who wish to gain an in-depth understanding of how to develop
ontologies and knowledge-based applications using Protégé.

Course Content:

• Getting started:
      • What are ontologies and knowledge-based systems
      • Developing frame-based ontologies
      • Developing a frame-based knowledge base
• Extending and managing ontologies and knowledge bases:
      • Tasks involved in developing and maintaining knowledge bases
      • Methodologies for evaluating ontologies
      • Analysis of large-scale ontologies
• Developing knowledge-based applications
      • Protégé as a part of a larger system
      • Survey of technical approaches
      • Project management
      • Case studies of real-life applications
• Using Protégé for Web Ontology Language (OWL) and the semantic web
      • Introduction to description logic and OWL
      • Semantic web applications
Samson Tu                    email: tu@smi.stanford.edu or
Senior Research Scientist           swt@stanford.edu
Stanford Medical Informatics phone: 1-650-725-3391
Stanford University          fax: 1-650-725-7944
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