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Re: EU FP Ontology projects

From: Azamat <abdoul@cytanet.com.cy>
Date: Sat, 28 Feb 2009 11:23:12 +0200
Message-ID: <001801c99986$2d93ad10$a104810a@homepc>
To: "Adrian Walker" <adriandwalker@gmail.com>
Cc: "'SW-forum'" <semantic-web@w3.org>
Adrian,
Thanks for your reference. 
You will help much as an author indicating the work where the ontological and semantic input of your interesting knowledge applications is given.. 
Also, offline I was pointed to the past away FP6 REWERSE project http://rewerse.net/ promised [to establish Europe as a leader in reasoning languages for the Web].   If you are somehow affiliated with this work how to access the public EU rewerse-reports page; it is asking for the user name and password. A bit strange, or there is no any content there, all in the deliverables page? May be Ian Horrocs knows? 
Regards,
Azamat
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Adrian Walker 
  To: Azamat 
  Cc: SW-forum 
  Sent: Saturday, February 28, 2009 3:44 AM
  Subject: Re: EU FP Ontology projects


  Hi Azamat --

  You wrote:

  Which else is promising integrative frameworks, models, methods, techniques, or tools ? 

  You may like to add the Internet Business Logic system to your list.

  It's a kind of Wiki, for content in open vocabulary, executable English.  

  As you know, English text (like this sentence) is normally something for a person to read, but it cannot be used as a program that you can run on a computer.

  On the other hand, executable English is something that a person can read, and that you can also run on a computer.

  As befits a Wiki, shared use of the system is free.  Just point a browser to www.reengineeringllc.com .

  Since the executable knowledge is in English, Google indexes and retrieves it, acting  as a kind of registry.  

  You can use your browser to write programs in English, run them, and get English explanations of the results.  

  Applications of the system include: Risk Analysis, Reasoning over Taxonomies, Knowledge Based Data Mining, Business Intelligence, and Supply Chain Management. Please see [1,2,3,4,5].

  To use the system there is nothing to install.  Simply point your browser to the site below, to run the examples provided, and to write and run your own examples.

  As mentioned, shared use of the system is free. 

  Please be aware that anyone on the web can view, run and change anything that you write into the shared area.  

  Apologies if you have seen this before, and thanks for your comments,

           Adrian Walker, CTO, Reengineering

  [1] www.reengineeringllc.com/A_Wiki_for_Business_Rules_in_Open_Vocabulary_Executable_English.pdf

  [2] www.reengineeringllc.com/Oil_Industry_Supply_Chain_by_Kowalski_and_Walker.pdf

  [3] www.reengineeringllc.com/ibldrugdbdemo1.htm   (Flash video with audio)

  [4] www.reengineeringllc.com/EnergyIndependence1Video.htm  (Flash video with audio)

  [5] Internet Business Logic
  A Wiki and SOA endpoint for executable open vocabulary English
  Online at www.reengineeringllc.com   Shared use is free

  Adrian Walker
  Reengineering




  2009/2/27 Azamat <abdoul@cytanet.com.cy>

    Dear All,

    Making a review, I am looking for the full listing of FP6/FP7 ontology-centered semantic technology projects: 
    1. ESSI or STI Projects (Knowledge Web, SUPER, TripCom).
    [The mission of STI International  - Semantic Technology Institute International - is to establish Semantics as a core pillar of modern computer engineering.]
    2. ONTORULE project.
    [The objective of ONTORULE is to integrate all the required pieces of knowledge and technology to allow the acquisition of ontologies and rules from the most appropriate sources, including natural language documents]
    3. NeOn project.
    [Our aim is to advance the state of the art in using ontologies for large-scale semantic applications in the distributed organizations. Particularly, we aim at improving the capability to handle multiple networked ontologies that exist in a particular context, are created collaboratively, and might be highly dynamic and constantly evolving.] 
    Which else is promising integrative frameworks, models, methods, techniques, or tools ? 
    I'd appreciate any extension to the short list: web sites, general documents, deliverables, research papers, etc.

    Also, if anybody could comment on the NeOn methodolody: 
    "Most of the existing practices for the development of ontologies focus on a single ontology, on a global consistency of such an ontology, and, in principle, on a linear development. This is very restrictive– it is as if we all communicated in a single language and completely disregarded our cultural or historical specifics. Single ontology means single viewpoint on the problems, situations and solutions. If in our everyday life we use many different viewpoints, why can't designers of semantic applications and engineers developing knowledge models do the same? In NeOn, we see several dimensions, in which the existing single-ontology style of work need to be enriched:...", http://www.neon-project.org/web-content/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=23&Itemid=23
    Thanks.
    Azamat Abdoullaev
    http://www.eis.com.cy

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