Marriage is as you know a prime example of a composite structure model. It is even simpler than my favorite, a water molecule model.
I am enclosing a short introductory presentation that I will do tomorrow at the ontology summit meeting.
From: Cory Casanave [mailto:cory-c@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2012 4:40 PM
To: henson graves (henson.graves@xxxxxxxxxxx)
Subject: RE: [ontology-summit-org] Modeling benchmark challenges
Yes, I am interested. I also copied our SIMF submission team.
One that is not that complex but has a few wrinkles is this:
I also have a work in progress:
You may also know of the paper by Conrad Bock:
You are welcome to use the SIMF wiki (an OMG site) to publish benchmarks.
This email seeks to identify interest in, and resources that may be applied to the task of developing modeling language expressiveness and formal semantics use cases. The task consists of (1) developing a collection of concrete examples to establish requirements for expressiveness and formal semantics for engineering and science domain applications, (3) performing the analysis needed to better understand what language constructions are available and where extensions to modeling and ontology languages are needed.
If you are interested please contact me by email. Feel free to forward this to others that might be interested.