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Re: Core Ontology on Events -- Re: looking for an event ontology/vocabulary

From: Gian Piero Zarri <zarri@noos.fr>
Date: Wed, 05 Aug 2009 20:56:25 +0200
Message-ID: <4A79D5D9.2050505@noos.fr>
To: Mischa Tuffield <mmt04r@ecs.soton.ac.uk>
CC: Yves Raimond <yves.raimond@gmail.com>, public-lod@w3.org, Gian Piero Zarri <gian-piero.zarri@univ-paris12.fr>
Misha, Yves,

In reality, an RDF 'translation' of an (old) NKRL version has been 
carried out in the framework of an (old) European project - see, e.g., a 
relatively detailed description in Zarri, G.P. (2000) “A Conceptual 
Model for Capturing and Reusing Knowledge in Business-Oriented Domains”, 
in Industrial Knowledge Management: A Micro-level Approach, Roy, R., ed. 
London: Springer. In practice, this RDF version of NKRL has never been 
concretely used, given that NKRL focuses on high-level inference 
procedures, and RDF is not of much help in this context.


G.P. Zarri

Mischa Tuffield a écrit :
> FWIW, I am pretty sure that Zarri's NKRL came before OntoMedia.  I 
> have referenced Zarri's work before, but looking back the at OntoMedia 
> papers my references to Zarri must have been in another context. The 
> reference I have used is this one : 
> Gian Piero Zarri. A knowledge engineering approach to deal with 
> ‘narrative’ multimedia 
> documents. In Dines Bjørner, Manfred Broy, and Alexandre V. Zamulin, 
> editors, 
> Ershov Memorial Conference, volume 2244 of Lecture Notes in Computer 
> Science, 
> pages 363–377. Springer, 2001. ISBN 3-540-43075-X.
> Which is definitely pre-OntoMedia. Am trying to recall why we didn't 
> ever reference Zarri's work in the Ontomedia work. Am guessing it 
> could be due to the fact that there was no RDF ... but I could be wrong.
> Mischa
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