MDaconta@xxxxxxx wrote: (01)
> In a message dated 3/4/2003 10:58:35 AM US Mountain Standard Time,
> pcassidy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:
>> If anyone already has a freely available application
>> that could be adapted to using such an ontology, I hope that
>> we can all get a copy. Otherwise, are there any programmers
>> with experience in building ontology-driven applications who
>> could help build one for this project?
> I fully agree that a non-trivial application is required that demonstrates
> practical use of the ontology. This is part of the broader requirement to
> define some use-cases for the ontology. As a developer, I am willing
> to volunteer
> for such an effort.
> One idea would be to join Farrukh in adding Ontology support to the
> ebXML registry. (02)
In my involvement with ebxmlrr ( http://ebxmlrr.sourceforge.net ) I have
been fortunate to work with many real world applications and pilots
projects involving ebXML Registry. Many of these projects could benefit
from ontology based ClassificationSchemes. One area stands out as very
rich with well defined ontologies and that is in the medical domain. (03)
I am adding Dr. Peter Elkin of Mayo Clinic to this thread as he is also
very interested in applying medical ontologies using ebXML Registry.
Peter I will forward you past emails in this thread and provide context
so you can participate. (04)
> - Mike
> Michael C. Daconta
> Chief Scientist, Advanced Programs Group
> McDonald Bradley, Inc.
> www.daconta.net (05)
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