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Re: [External] RE: UCUM licensing [was Re: Blank nodes must DIE! ]

From: Graham Klyne <Graham.Klyne@oerc.ox.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 10 Sep 2020 10:45:13 +0100
To: Antoine Zimmermann <antoine.zimmermann@emse.fr>, "Cox, Simon (L&W, Clayton)" <Simon.Cox@csiro.au>, "Abhyankar, Swapna" <sabhyank@regenstrief.org>, David Booth <david@dbooth.org>, "semantic-web@w3.org" <semantic-web@w3.org>
Cc: "ClemMcDonald@mail.nih.gov" <ClemMcDonald@mail.nih.gov>, "gunther@pragmaticdata.com" <gunther@pragmaticdata.com>
Message-ID: <1719106e-01b8-032e-4244-d269e4410ec8@oerc.ox.ac.uk>
Without consideration of specific points raised, I recall from my discussions 
with researchers about re-using open data, a key concern is that even the 
appearance of possible restrictions, or uncertainty about licensing terms, can 
be an inhibiting factor when it comes to reuse.

The very fact that this discussion is happening suggests to me that clearer 
licensing terms, in particular being explicit about what is permitted to be done 
without permission, would probably promote wider re-use of this UCUM work.

(I understand that considerations like this were a factor behind the 
introduction CC0 public domain dedication for sharable data.)

 >> 2. QUDT does not 'incorporate the UCUM specification'. QUDT defines a model
 >> (ontology) for describing units-of-measure. The QUDT definitions are
 >> functionally the same as the UCUM definitions, but the representation is
 >> different.

Would it be practical to release the QUDT ontology/model as CC0, even if 
copyright restrictions are retained for the UCUM specification document?  Would 
that address the concerns raised?

#g
--


On 09/09/2020 00:54, Antoine Zimmermann wrote:
> Simon,
> 
> 
> Le 08/09/2020 à 08:52, Cox, Simon (L&W, Clayton) a écrit :
>> Thanks Swapna -
>>
>> I believe that there are problems with Clause 1. and Clause 2.
>>
>> I'm not sure how familiar you are with RDF model and syntax so I will try to 
>> spell it out reasonably fully.
>>
>> 1. with respect to links - one of the patterns that is being considered for 
>> RDF quantities would see them encoded something like
>>
>> ex:Simon rdf:type foaf:Person ;
>>     ex:height "175.5"^^ucum:cm ;
>> .
> 
> This is probably not a good example since it is not using UCUM codes at all 
> (except perhaps the fact that "cm" is present in a URI, but so is "m" in 
> ex:Simon, "a" in foaf:Person, "t" in rdf:type, "u" in ucum:cm, "P" in 
> foaf:Person, but no copyright laws can prevent anyone to use one or two letters 
> in URIs).
> 
>> This is the compact 'Turtle' syntax. It is nice because it leaves the numeric 
>> part alone as a decimal, so the standard RDF parsers would work. But also 
>> shows the unit of measure right next to it in a form which fits with the RDF 
>> model. If we assume that the prefixes are defined as follows -
>>
>> @prefix     ex:     <https://example.org/test/> .
>> @prefix     foaf:    <http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/> .
>> @prefix        rdf:    <http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#> .
>> @prefix        ucum:    <https://example.com/ucum/> .
>>
>> Then expanding that data into triples and URIs it looks like this:
>>
>> <https://example.org/test/Simon>    
>> <http://www.w3.org/1999/02/22-rdf-syntax-ns#type>    
>> <http://xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/Person> .
>> <https://example.org/test/Simon>    <https://example.org/test/height>    
>> "175.5"^^<https://example.com/ucum/cm>  .
>>
>> In the RDF and Linked Data world the expectation is that every http URI should 
>> de-reference, with the result being a representation or description of the 
>> thing denoted, preferably in a variety of formats.  So the question is: what 
>> should <https://example.com/ucum/cm> de-reference to? The user would expect 
>> just a description of 'centimetre', preferably with an RDF representation 
>> available.
> 
> This is not a problem for "cm" because "cm" is an SI unit. Everyone can use "cm" 
> in any way without copyright reference.
> 
>> The UCUM site and the UCUM table do not meet this expectation.
> 
> What expectation? There is no need or obligation for any specification to say 
> that anyone must follow linked data principles.
> 
>> The definition for 'cm' does not appear explicitly in the UCUM table, because 
>> it is implied by the UCUM production rules. But clause 1. Of the UCUM Terms of 
>> Use https://ucum.org/trac/wiki/TermsOfUse appears to prohibit pointing to 
>> anything except the UCUM specification and table:
>>
>>     "users shall not use any of the Licensed Materials for the purpose of 
>> developing or promulgating a different standard for identifying units of 
>> measure, regardless of whether the intended use is in the field of medicine, 
>> or any other field of science or trade."
> 
> Using "cm" (or any of the UCUM codes) does not constitute a breach of this rule. 
> It only breaks the rule if there is a specification that contradicts the 
> specification in UCUM. Which is not the case in your example.
> 
>> 2. QUDT does not 'incorporate the UCUM specification'. QUDT defines a model 
>> (ontology) for describing units-of-measure. The QUDT definitions are 
>> functionally the same as the UCUM definitions, but the representation is 
>> different. Each gives the conversion factors to the SI unit for the same 
>> dimension quantity definition, and is also annotated with a variety of symbols 
>> used conventionally in different contexts, including the UCUM code. The master 
>> dataset is here: 
>> https://github.com/qudt/qudt-public-repo/blob/master/vocab/unit/VOCAB_QUDT-UNITS-ALL-v2.1.ttl 
>> For example 
>> https://github.com/qudt/qudt-public-repo/blob/master/vocab/unit/VOCAB_QUDT-UNITS-ALL-v2.1.ttl#L2769  
>> shows the definition of 'Centimeter'
>>
>> unit:CentiM
>>    a qudt:DerivedUnit ;
>>    a qudt:Unit ;
>>    dcterms:description "A centimetre is a unit of length in the metric system, 
>> equal to one hundredth of a metre, which is the SI base unit of length. Centi 
>> is the SI prefix for a factor of 10.  The centimetre is the base unit of 
>> length in the now deprecated centimetre-gram-second (CGS) system of 
>> units."^^rdf:HTML ;
>>    qudt:conversionMultiplier "0.01"^^xsd:double ;
>>    qudt:conversionOffset "0.0"^^xsd:double ;
>>    qudt:dbpediaMatch "http://dbpedia.org/resource/Centimetre"^^xsd:anyURI ;
>>    qudt:hasQuantityKind quantitykind:Length ;
>>    qudt:iec61360Code "0112/2///62720#UAA375" ;
>>    qudt:informativeReference 
>> "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centimetre?oldid=494931891"^^xsd:anyURI ;
>>    qudt:isScalingOf unit:M ;
>>    qudt:prefix <http://qudt.org/2.1/vocab/prefix/Centi> ;
>>    qudt:symbol "cm" ;
>>    qudt:ucumCode "cm" ;
>>    qudt:uneceCommonCode "CMT" ;
>>    qudt:unitOfSystem <http://qudt.org/vocab/sou/SOU_CGS> ;
>>    qudt:unitOfSystem <http://qudt.org/vocab/sou/SOU_SI> ;
>>    rdfs:isDefinedBy <http://qudt.org/2.1/vocab/unit> ;
>>    rdfs:label "Centimeter" ;
>> .
> 
> Centimeter is an SI unit, so you can use it, define it, do whatever you like, 
> however you like with it. There is no reason to even consider UCUM copyright 
> notice.
> 
>> One of the annotations is the UCUM Code - cm. However, showing the UCUM code 
>> in the context of a representation of this unit-of-measure that is different 
>> to the UCM specification appears to violate Clause 1. of the UCUM Terms of 
>> Use, quoted above, even though it is functionally equivalent, and probably 
>> also Clause 2:
>>
>>     "Users shall not modify the Licensed Materials and may not distribute 
>> modified versions of the UCUM table (regardless of format) or UCUM 
>> Specification. Users shall not modify any existing contents, fields, 
>> description, or comments of the Licensed Materials, and may not add any new 
>> contents to it."
>> .
>>
>> since the QUDT representation includes additional information that is not from 
>> the UCUM specification.
> 
> UCUM and its copyright notice is not preventing anyone from using other ways of 
> representing, exchanging, defining units of measures.
> 
>> The UCUM Terms of Use appear to reflect some assumptions from an earlier time, 
>> when most software was self-contained and designed to run locally. The web and 
>> cloud give us the opportunity to compose software systems in a more 
>> distributed manner, with small elements disaggregated and transferred 
>> as-needed, often with a variety of representations available. UCUM is an 
>> excellent resource, but the license inhibits its impact in the more modern 
>> environment.
> 
> I don't agree. The UCUM terms should be updated because they are not 
> sufficiently clear about how UCUM can be used, but they are not preventing any 
> of the things you are pretending.
> 
> The following may be a better example:
> 
>   @prefix cdt: <http://w3id.org/lindt/custom_datatypes#>
>   ex:glass ex:contains "1 [pt_us]"^^cdt:ucum .
> 
> In this case, the data is using the code [pt_us], which is clearly a UCUM code, 
> and the datatype IRI is dereferencing to a specification of the datatype that 
> mentions UCUM. This specification should mention the copyright notice, but it 
> does not. As far as I understand Swapna's email, the use of [pt_us] in the data 
> is not a problem, but the failure to reproduce the copyright notice in the 
> specification of cdt:ucum (http://w3id.org/lindt/custom_datatypes#ucum) is.
> 
> --AZ
> 
>>
>> Simon
>>
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: Abhyankar, Swapna <sabhyank@regenstrief.org>
>>> Sent: Tuesday, 8 September, 2020 12:09
>>> To: Cox, Simon (L&W, Clayton) <Simon.Cox@csiro.au>; David Booth
>>> <david@dbooth.org>; semantic-web@w3.org
>>> Cc: ClemMcDonald@mail.nih.gov; gunther@pragmaticdata.com
>>> Subject: Re: [External] RE: UCUM licensing [was Re: Blank nodes must DIE! ]
>>>
>>> Hi everyone,
>>>
>>> (I don't know what the protocol is on these messages - should I remove
>>> individual recipients who are also on the list)?
>>>
>>> What we intend is that if UCUM units are used in conjunction with data, no
>>> copyright notice is needed. It’s only if the specification itself is 
>>> incorporated
>>> into a product or service for distribution, then the notice will be needed. This
>>> is the same for LOINC – if LOINC codes are used in conjunction with patient
>>> data, no notices are required.
>>>
>>> I'm not sure I entirely understand your statement - "1. the proposals for use
>>> of UCUM for qualifying quantity values in RDF are fine as long as it is just the
>>> UCUM code that is used, but as soon as there is an expectation of a link to a
>>> definition for the code, then we may fall foul of the original Terms of Use if
>>> we link to anything other than the UCUM spec itself."
>>> Would it be possible for you to send some examples? If the UCUM codes are
>>> simply being used in conjunction with quantitative data, then I don't think
>>> there's a problem, but I'm not sure where linking to a definition for the code
>>> comes in to play.
>>>
>>> Also, I am not familiar with QUDT, but if QUDT incorporates the UCUM
>>> specification, we would simply require inclusion of the copyright notice in the
>>> QUDT license or terms of use or webpage(s) that include UCUM content to
>>> acknowledge Regenstrief as the copyright holder of UCUM.
>>>
>>> I would be happy to have a call to discuss these issues so that I may
>>> understand them better and determine how to proceed as we discuss
>>> updating the UCUM terms of use with Regenstrief  legal counsel.
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>> Swapna
>>>
>>> ----------------------------------------------------
>>> Swapna Abhyankar, MD
>>> Interim Director
>>> LOINC and Health Data Standards
>>> 1101 West Tenth Street
>>> Indianapolis, IN  46202
>>>
>>>
>>> On 9/3/20, 7:33 PM, "Cox, Simon (L&W, Clayton)" <Simon.Cox@csiro.au>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>      This message was sent from a non-IU address. Please exercise caution
>>> when clicking links or opening attachments from external sources.
>>>      -------
>>>
>>>      Excellent - I had just been fossicking around the LHNCBC site trying to 
>>> track
>>> down someone who might be able to help, since they host some nice UCUM
>>> tools. I found than Clem McDonald, who was one of the originators of UCUM
>>> (along with Gunther Schadow) is now based there. I've cc'ed them both
>>> here, though I haven't had any recent response from attempts to contact
>>> Gunther.
>>>
>>>      AFAICT there are two primary concerns:
>>>
>>>      1. the proposals for use of UCUM for qualifying quantity values in RDF are
>>> fine as long as it is just the UCUM code that is used, but as soon as there 
>>> is an
>>> expectation of a link to a definition for the code, then we may fall foul of the
>>> original Terms of Use if we link to anything other than the UCUM spec itself.
>>>
>>>      2. closely related (though not previously on this list), QUDT does provide
>>> individual definitions of units of measure, following their own ontology.
>>> These are functionally equivalent to the definitions implied in the UCUM
>>> spec (of course) but UCUM does not provide a way to transport individual
>>> definitions, so the QUDT representations are "different". Furthermore, many
>>> of the individual units in the QUDT library are annotated with UCUM codes
>>> (alongside other symbols and codes). Does this violate the UCUM license?
>>> Probably yes.
>>>
>>>      Everyone's intentions are honourable, and in particular the interest from
>>> RDF and QUDT recognizes the excellent job that UCUM does in providing
>>> readable, unique codes, which nicely solves an important problem - all credit
>>> to UCUM. ... except for the issue around the license. It would be to
>>> everyone's benefit to get this resolved.
>>>
>>>      Simon Cox
>>>
>>>      > -----Original Message-----
>>>      > From: David Booth <david@dbooth.org>
>>>      > Sent: Friday, 4 September, 2020 00:13
>>>      > To: semantic-web@w3.org
>>>      > Cc: Abhyankar, Swapna <sabhyank@regenstrief.org>
>>>      > Subject: UCUM licensing [was Re: Blank nodes must DIE! ]
>>>      >
>>>      > FYI, Swapna Abhyankar from Regenstrief (copied) is working on updating
>>> the
>>>      > UCUM license, and reached out to me to understand the concerns that
>>> have
>>>      > been raised on this list.  I suggested that he join this discussion, 
>>> to directly
>>>      > understand all concerns.
>>>      >
>>>      > David Booth
>>>      >
>>>      > On 9/3/20 5:43 AM, Antoine Zimmermann wrote:
>>>      > > Indeed, Dave. The datatype discussed in this thread is the one
>>>      > > colloquially identified as cdt:ucum, which stands for:
>>>      > >
>>>      > > http://w3id.org/lindt/custom_datatypes#ucum
>>>      > >
>>>      > > This URI dereferences to a documentation which is currently in
>>>      > > disagreement with the Copyright Notice and License of UCUM since it
>>>      > > does not include the said notice.
>>>      > >
>>>      > > The documentation is a draft, subject to evolve, and is not currently
>>>      > > officially endorsed by any organisation, although we know people other
>>>      > > than us who are using it in their projects.
>>>      > >
>>>      > > The URI contains the term "custom_datatype" because it is one of
>>>      > > several custom datatypes that we are defining for various purposes. It
>>>      > > was not initially planned to separate cdt:ucum from our other custom
>>>      > > datatypes, but if their is a community willing to push this work
>>>      > > towards standardisation, we should give a second thought to the
>>>      > > namespace of the URI.
>>>      > >
>>>      > > We should also, obviously, update the documentation to make the
>>>      > > Copyright Notice appear explicitly.
>>>      > >
>>>      > > However, I doubt that the copyright notice can legally enforce anyone
>>>      > > to include the notice if they are merely using the codes in data about
>>>      > > measurements or physical quantities. So, as far as I'm concerned, I
>>>      > > will continue to use these codes and the cdt:ucum datatype whenever
>>>      > > relevant in my projects or publications, as well as encourage others to
>>> do
>>>      > so.
>>>      > >
>>>      > >
>>>      > > --AZ
>>>      > >
>>>      > >
>>>      > >
>>>      > > Le 03/09/2020 à 10:14, Dave Reynolds a écrit :
>>>      > >> On 03/09/2020 09:04, Cox, Simon (L&W, Clayton) wrote:
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>   * That just allows exchange of any /measurements/
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>> This is the RDF application that we were discussing in this thread,
>>>      > >>> I think - where the UCUM code only appears in the context of a
>>>      > >>> measurement instance (i.e. a quantity) either embedded in the
>>>      > >>> literal else appearing in a data-type.
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>
>>>      > >> If appearing as a data-type that would be a URI surely? And, if a
>>>      > >> URI, given this is on the semantic-web list, wouldn't that URI
>>>      > >> resolve to something? That something would be explicitly or
>>>      > >> implicitly communicating partial information from UCUM. It's whoever
>>>      > >> puts up those data type URIs that needs to find a way through the
>>>      > "prickly"
>>>      > >> license.
>>>      > >>
>>>      > >> Dave
>>>      > >>
>>>      > >>> I can see your point that QUDT may be violating the strict
>>>      > >>> interpretation, so will attempt to clear that up separately. But I
>>>      > >>> still content that the use-case canvassed in this thread is OK.
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>> *From:*Dave Reynolds <dave.reynolds@epimorphics.com>
>>>      > >>> *Sent:* Thursday, 3 September, 2020 17:49
>>>      > >>> *To:* semantic-web@w3.org
>>>      > >>> *Subject:* Re: Blank nodes must DIE! [ was Re: Blank nodes
>>> semantics
>>>      > >>> - existential variables?]
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>> On 03/09/2020 03:43, Cox, Simon (L&W, Clayton) wrote:
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Dan Brickley wrote (a while back):
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     ØOn Thu, 23 Jul 2020 at 19:50, Patrick J Hayes <phayes@ihmc.us
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>
>>>      >
>>> <mailto:phayes@ihmc.us?Subject=Re%3A%20Blank%20nodes%20must%20D
>>>      > IE!%2
>>>      > >>> 0%5B%20was%20Re%3A%20Blank%20nodes%20semantics%20-
>>>      > %20%20existential%
>>>      > >>> 20variables%3F%5D&In-Reply-
>>>      > To=%3CCAFfrAFqgq7JxxwzEhYoMV70haRznXkjLBi
>>>      > >>>
>>>      >
>>> OwhQUjwGJ0S0vsug%40mail.gmail.com%3E&References=%3CCAFfrAFqgq7J
>>>      > xxwzE
>>>      > >>> hYoMV70haRznXkjLBiOwhQUjwGJ0S0vsug%40mail.gmail.com%3E>>
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     wrote:
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Ø
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Ø> Excellent. I have thought for some time that this way of
>>>      > >>> using
>>>      > >>>     datatyping
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Ø> would be the right way to go. Congratulations on having
>>>      > >>>     actually done it :-)
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Ø>
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Ø
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     ØThis is really interesting. Every couple of years I stumble
>>>      > >>>     across UCUM (
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Øhttp://unitsofmeasure.org/trac ->
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Øhttp://unitsofmeasure.org/trac/wiki/TermsOfUse) before being
>>>      > >>>     scared away by
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Øthe prickly terms of use document. It is not a document that
>>>      > >>> seems to
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Øwelcome re-use.
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Ø
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     ØDan
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     I've attempted to clarify this with Gunther Schadow, but can't
>>>      > >>> get
>>>      > >>>     a response.
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     Meanwhile, I was pointed to this service which does quantity
>>>      > >>>     conversions based on UCUM codes:
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>       * Form UI - https://ucum.nlm.nih.gov/ucum-lhc/demo.html
>>>      > >>>       * API - https://ucum.nlm.nih.gov/ucum-service.html
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     FWIW QUDT now has basic UCUM support as well -
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>> https://github.com/qudt/qudt-public-
>>>      > repo/blob/master/schema/SCHEMA_Q
>>>      > >>> UDT-v2.1.ttl#L2924
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     I peered into the UCUM Terms of Use document and I believe this
>>>      > >>> is
>>>      > >>>     the relevant clause:
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>       * 5) UCUM codes and other information from the UCUM table
>>> may
>>>      > >>> be
>>>      > >>>         used in electronic messages communicating measurements
>>>      > >>> without
>>>      > >>>         the need to include this Copyright Notice and License or a
>>>      > >>>         reference thereto in the message (and without the need to
>>>      > >>>         include all fields required by Section 7 hereof).
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     So I think we are in the clear to use UCUM codes in the manner
>>>      > >>>     that has been discussed in this conversation.
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>> I disagree.
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>> That just allows exchange of any /measurements/, it doesn't allow
>>>      > >>> use of UCUM codes within metadata. Any service which, for
>>> example,
>>>      > >>> provided metadata on units of measures and included UCUM codes
>>> as
>>>      > >>> part of that metadata would be in violation. Assuming it including
>>>      > >>> non UCUM metadata then it would violate the "not add any new
>>>      > >>> contents" element of clause 2. If you kept the UCUM codes separate
>>>      > >>> and included /all/ the fields required then you might be able to
>>>      > >>> claim that as the "master term dictionary" use allowed under clause
>>>      > >>> 7 but then would have to show how you were satisfying the notice
>>>      > >>> requirement which has no such corresponding allowance for
>>>      > >>> "electronic messages".
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>> I am not a lawyer and so what I say here carries no value. Perhaps
>>>      > >>> the QUDT folks, if they are now using UCUM, have a documented
>>> legal
>>>      > >>> opinion that suggests more flexible reuse is possible.
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>> Dave
>>>      > >>>
>>>      > >>>     *Simon J D Cox *
>>>      > >>>
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