The first set of questions deal with basic alignment:
What's your background? Please provide a brief description. (02)
My background is with SGML and XML, document analysis and construction. (03)
> Why are you motivated to participate in this discussion? (04)
Because I don't understand it, and whenever that happens, I tend to want
to understand and see how I can use it. (05)
> What would you, personally, like to get out of this? (06)
An understanding of what Ontology is, and if it is useful to this group,
help make it work. (07)
> What one result would please you the most? (08)
I don't know at this point. (09)
Kurt Conrad wrote:
> Based on my conversations with Peter and today's conference call,
> I've offered to lead a discussion exploring possible ways to
> integrate ontological principles into the UBL effort. The output
> from this exercise is expected to be a position paper.
> The approach that I'm going to use is based on a strategic planning
> model called AtStake. While this approach is normally used in a
> group setting, I think that we can make good progress via the email
> list and conference calls which have been set up.
> Periodically, I will post a set of questions for each of us to
> answer. I will then monitor the discussion, summarize the results,
> and post the next set of questions, as appropriate.
> Please post your responses to ubl-ontolog@xxxxxxxxx
> The first set of questions deal with basic alignment:
> What's your background? Please provide a brief description.
> Why are you motivated to participate in this discussion?
> What would you, personally, like to get out of this?
> What one result would please you the most?
> /s/ kwc 2002.05.23 22:22
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