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Re: Summary of last meeting and date for next meeting

From: Aldo Gangemi <aldo.gangemi@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2012 20:08:02 +0200
Cc: Aldo Gangemi <aldo.gangemi@gmail.com>, public-ontolex@w3.org
Message-Id: <13A21852-A0D4-4F8B-BCB0-BF9624D2674F@gmail.com>
To: Philipp Cimiano <cimiano@cit-ec.uni-bielefeld.de>
Thanks Philipp, and sorry again for another missed telecon during a trip of mine.
"Affected use case" is more precise, but a bit strange term, I'd rather keep Relevant.
Ok with the responsibilities.
A remark about the September 6th date: it's during the Dagstuhl seminar you are organizing on the multilingual semantic web, are you sure you want to keep that date?

A last word for self-promotion: my lab has realized a couple of tools (FRED and Tipalo) [1], which are relevant for the Ontology-Lexicon interface, although not directly related to standardisation issues. 
They foster the structuring of linguistically-expressed knowledge into linked data, and we would be pleased to receive suggestions and criticism by the ontolex group. Behind the curtains, there is a pile of technologies that would certainly benefit from a shared vocabulary, and specially FRED would be another nice use case for the group.


[1] http://wit.istc.cnr.it/stlab-tools

On 18 Jul 2012, at 14:29, Philipp Cimiano wrote:

> Dear all,
> and just to clarify what the description of the requirements should include:
> Under "Description", there should be a general description of the requirement, its implications, etc. It is important that we think here in terms of requirements on the general model, not on particular data categories, properties, etc. but on requirements at the meta-model level.
> Under "Relevant Use Cases": here we should just list the IDs of the use cases touched by this requirement. Maybe this should be called "Affected Use Cases" ???
> "Relation to Use Case": here we should give detailed examples from the use cases where the requirement is important, thus grounding our requirements in the use cases we have collected.
> If there are any questions on this, just shoot.
> Best regards,
> Philipp.
> Am 18.07.12 14:24, schrieb Philipp Cimiano:
>> Dear ontolex members,
>> during our last meeting on the 6th of July, we discussed my condensed list of requirements on the model and agreed that it looks promising to work on the basis of these from now on.
>> See here: http://www.w3.org/community/ontolex/wiki/Specification_of_Requirements
>> The older list of unstructured requirements is linked from the bottom of the page.
>> We fixed the following responsibles to produce a first draft of the requirement and kick-off the discussions on this mailinglist. (We really need to start the discussion on the relevant issues!)
>> - Express Meaning with respect to ontology: John/Philipp/Aldo/Guido
>> - Lexical Variation and Paraphrases: Philipp
>> - Relation between lexical entries: Lupe/Elena
>> - Lexical and linguistic properties of lexical entries: John/Philipp
>> - Valence and Ontological Mapping: John/Philipp
>> - High-Order Predicate Mapping: John/Philipp
>> - Lexico-Syntactic Patterns: Elena/Dagmar
>> - Metadata about lexicon: Armando
>> - Modelling lexical resources: John/Aldo
>> The goal would be to have a detailed specification and an ongoing discussion on this mailinglist by end of August.
>> The next teleconference will be on September 6th, 15:00 - 17:00 (CET). It will be two hours as we decided to skip the one in August due to holiday period.
>> We also decided to have biweekly teleconferences from September on. I think it is important to keep things moving quickly. Otherwise I have the feeling that not much happens in between our monthly teleconferences.
>> I am now on holidays for two weeks and will then start working on the requirements assigned to me.
>> Needless to say, everyone should feel free to start working on their requirements as soon as possible.
>> If you think that an important requirement is missing, please post it on the list and we will discuss it.
>> Best regards,
>> Philipp.
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