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Re: [all] suggestions for consolidating requirements

From: David Lewis <dave.lewis@cs.tcd.ie>
Date: Fri, 04 May 2012 01:33:38 +0100
Message-ID: <4FA323E2.6090202@cs.tcd.ie>
To: public-multilingualweb-lt@w3.org
Hi Tadej,
To ease management of the data category requirements, I've collected 
these particular data categories under a heading, 'terminology':

You can document you consolidated version there. For convenience, 
archive any data categories you remove in:


On 26/04/2012 14:29, Tadej Stajner wrote:
> On 4/26/2012 2:23 PM, David Lewis wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I have four further suggestions for consolidating requirements that 
>> I'd like to discuss briefly on the call with the relevant people:
>> Moritz, Des: I think there is potential to combine 'confidentiality' 
>> with 'contentLicensingTerms', with confidentiality being a specific 
>> value of contentLicensingTerms, whcih could perhaps be relaised using 
>> Creative Commons license classes
>> DaveL, Moritz: Could localeSpecificContent be consolidated with 
>> dropRule, e.g. specifying the content should be drops for specific 
>> locales, for every translation, or for every translation except 
>> specified locales?
>> DaveL, Pedro: I think we could consolidate author, revisionAgent and 
>> translationAgent, with a generic 'agent' bound to a process spec, 
>> aligning with work in the W3C Provenance Working Group, 
>> www.w3.org/2011/prov/
>> Pedro, Dabiel, Declan, Tadej: I think there may be opportunity to 
>> consolidate mtDisambiguationData, namedEntity, terminology and 
>> textAnalyticsAnnotation. For instance is MT disambiguation really 
>> terminology support for MT?
> Yes, they all have a lot in common. The way I see it, textAnalytics 
> annotation is the common superclass of the other three, 
> mtDisambiguation seems to focus on difficult content, namedEntity on 
> named entities and term on terms. They all allow referring to an 
> ontology URI behind the fragment they are annotating - this property 
> is equivalent across all three, but there are specifics in each category.
> - what would qualify as difficult content under mtDisambiguation?
> - is there anything MT-specific in mtDisambiguation? Or can we call it 
> simply "disambiguation"?
> - mtDisambiguation-domainSelector is very similar in functionality to 
> term-terminologyResource, could we consolidate those?
> - namedEntity-type can be seen as a special case of a 
> mtDisambiguation-semanticSelector;
> My recommendation would be to gather some common properties and pull 
> them in the textAnalyticsAnnotation superclass.
>> comments weclome,
>> Dave
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