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Re: [ontolog-forum] Ontology tutorial - 2003-05-29

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From: "Peter P. Yim" <yimpp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 28 May 2003 11:16:43 -0700
Message-id: <3ED4FD0B.7060901@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Hi Everyone (who's attending tomorrow's tutorial),    (01)

Those who are on the regular [ubl-ontology] project call list, and 
those who have notified me that they are coming should have received 
this information already. Here are the conference call details for 
tomorrow's virtual tutorial, in case you didn't get it:    (02)

Subject: [ontolog] Intro to Ontology-SUMO-Protégé Tutorial 2003-05-29    (03)

Comments/Agenda:    (04)

o For agenda, preparation and resources, please see: 
http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?Tutorial_2003-05-29    (05)

o Please point your browser to the above page during the session    (06)

o If you are not able to get Protégé installed in time for the 
tutorial, you may view it through our VNC shared screen during the 
tutorial.    (07)

** The VNC session will be started 5 minutes before the call at: 
http://vnc3.cim3.net:5800/    (08)

*** view-only password: "ontolog" (for participants)
*** view-and-control pw: "ontology" (presenter only)    (09)

Date: Thursday, May 29, 2003
Start Time: 10:30 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (California Time)
  See World Clock: 
Duration: approx. 1 Hr. 15 min.
End Time: 12:25 p.m. PDT (extra time reserved just in case)
Dial-in Number: 1-702-851-3330 (Las Vegas, Nevada)
Participant Access Code: 20030529    (010)

Thanks again, Adam, for doing this for us.    (011)

See you all tomorrow!    (012)

--    (013)

Adam Pease wrote Tue, 27 May 2003 15:40:49 -0700:
> Folks,
>   Here's an advance copy of the tutorial I'll be giving on Thursday.  
> I'd encourage you not to leaf through it very far since the presentation 
> contains answer to the exercises that we'll do, and knowing the answers 
> would lessen the educational value.  Please do ensure that you can at 
> least view the first slide though to make sure there are no technical 
> difficulties.
>   After doing a version of this tutorial last week for an in-person 
> meeting I found that it easily took up the time we have allotted, so my 
> inclination is to work on getting everyone familiar with the basic 
> concepts of a formal ontology first and save Protege for a later 
> session.  We might make putting the results of the exercises into 
> Protege as an "extra credit" assignment, in between tutorials :-)
> Adam
---    (014)

> At 12:27 PM 5/21/2003 -0700, Peter P. Yim wrote:
>> To help interested [ontolog] and [ubl] community members get up to 
>> speed on the nuts-and-bolts of developing an ontology, Adam Pease of 
>> Teknowledge has agreed to conduct a virtual tutorial session during 
>> the regular [ubl-ontology] project weekly conference call time slot 
>> for us on Thu 29-May-2003 10:30~11:45am PDT. You are hereby invited to 
>> participate.
>> Topic: Introduction to Ontology/SUMO/Protégé - a tutorial
>> Other details can be found at:
>>   http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?Tutorial_2003-05-29
>>   (This page will be continuously updated, do revisit it for the 
>> latest info.)
>> If you are planning to come, please either:
>> (a) add your name under "Attendees" on the above wiki page directly,
>> or
>> (b) send me an email (mailto:yimpp@xxxxxxxxxxx) to let me know that 
>> you are coming.
>> Kindly do so by end-of-day Sat 5.24.03 if possible. We need some idea 
>> on how many to expect, to properly prepare for necessary resources 
>> (number of lines to reserve on the conference bridge; how to share the 
>> presentation material online during the session, ...etc.). That way, 
>> we can also add you to the "call invitation" list, which will allow 
>> you to receive call information once the conference call details are 
>> finalized.
>> Regards,
>> PPY    (015)

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