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RE: Vocabularies to classify terms

From: Gannon Dick <gannon_dick@yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 30 Dec 2015 22:27:39 +0000 (UTC)
To: 'Alberto Nogales' <anogales81@gmail.com>, <public-vocabs@w3.org>, John Flynn <jflynn12@verizon.net>
Cc: 'John Flynn' <jflynn12@verizon.net>
Message-ID: <1131717268.4113970.1451514459295.JavaMail.yahoo@mail.yahoo.com>
Thanks John,

Along the same lines, I would suggest Strategy Markup Language (StratML ISO 17469-1).  This schema is particularly for Strategic Plans.  A refinement (Performance Plans and Reports) is in the ISO Process.

There is a third part to StratML which includes Level and Scale Types including "PESTLE".  As you can see from the attached spreadsheet, PESTLE and PMESII are two sides of the same coin with respect to element labeling (see PDF).  Different, from the standpoint of the semantic web is that Strategic Planning and Performance Reporting collapse to zero sum games and obey Bell's Theorem at the boundaries (see picture attached, and Wikipedia Link).  The "solution" to the Prisoner's Dilemma vis-a-vis the Minimax Theorem is that the game ends with or without a result - and a four year cycle ends after exactly 1461 day (lables) have past.

I don't need a driverless car, Google.  How about a hands-free snow shovel.


On Mon, 12/28/15, John Flynn <jflynn12@verizon.net> wrote:

 Subject: RE: Vocabularies to classify terms
 To: "'Alberto Nogales'" <anogales81@gmail.com>, public-vocabs@w3.org
 Cc: "'John Flynn'" <jflynn12@verizon.net>
 Date: Monday, December 28, 2015, 9:27 PM
There is a vocabulary that has
 been widely used by the US military called the Elements of
 National Power which is further described by PMESII
 (Political, Military, Economic, Social, Information Systems,
 and Infrastructure). The concept is that these six top-level
 categories are adequate to capture the key important factors
 of a country. I attached a VisioOWL graphic
 representation of the top elements. I also have the next
 level OWL breakout under each of the PMESII categories if
 you are interested. You can do a web search on Elements of
 National Power to find out more about this top-level
 vocabulary.  John Flynnhttp://semanticsimulations.com
   From: Alberto Nogales
 Monday, December 28, 2015 7:36 PM
 Vocabularies to classify terms  Dear all, I am searching for
 vocabularies that let me classify terms, something similar
 to an upper ontology.I am explaining that with a term tree.
 Lets imagine that we have the first node that we will called
 "Categories". Then we will hace the main
 categories in the second level of the tree. And following we
 will have subcategories or terms. If a look for a term it
 will be classified by its main category.  1.
 Categories    1.1
         1.1.1 Cell          1.1.2
         ...          1.1.N
   1.2 Mathematics          1.2.1
          ...          1.2.N
                   1.2.N.1 Triangle     ....     1.N
           1.N.1 Gravity  So in this case if a want to
 classify the term gravity, the answer will be Physics. If I
 want to classify triangle, the answer will be
 Mathematics.  Does anyone knows an
 ontology, taxonomy, etc similar to this. I need it to be
 expressed as rdf, owl or similar.Thanks.              

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