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Re: [ontolog-forum] [UBL-Ontology] Picking our Methodology

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From: "Peter P. Yim" <yimpp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 11:37:57 -0800
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I promised MikeDaconta, at our 3/20/03 conference call, that I will 
create a new page where people can contribute their input on the 
subject. That page is up on our wiki now, at:    (01)

   http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?Methodology    (02)

Please contribute there (if you feel comfortable posting to the wiki) 
This is preferred, as you can post the information under proper 
headings. If you are more comfortable with posting on the e-mail, 
please keep doing that (the contribution is the important part ... not 
how it's made) ... one of us will probably summarize and transfer that 
to the wiki regularly.    (03)

To recap, we need: (see 
http://ontolog.cim3.net/forum/ontolog-forum/2003-03/msg00113.html#nid08)    (04)

A. We ask if someone can provide pointers and links to 
material/resource so that everyone can learn a little more on the 
Guarino & Welty OntoClean/Methontology methodology. [Leo?, Nicola?, 
anyone?]    (05)

B. Please provide further inputs, comments, suggestions on this 
subject through posting to the forum. Consider providing:    (06)

(a) more alternatives (or hybrid) methodologies we might choose from.    (07)

(b) arguments in support of (or against) one methodology or another    (08)

(c) arguments for or against picking "one" as opposed to "multiple" 
methodologies    (09)

(d) any other comments, questions, suggestions, ... etc.
//    (010)

Thanks.  -ppy    (011)

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