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Re: [ontolog-forum] Proceedings from Conference Call Thu 2004-02-19

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From: Adam Pease <adampease@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 18:08:29 -0800
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   If I could suggest again, the best way to make sure the session next 
week is productive would be to try some formalization work.  It may be 
tough, you may wind up with lots of questions, but that will be all to the 
good, and much better than arriving "cold" into the formalization 
session.  I'd be eager to have email dialog with folks during the week 
leading up to the session.  Here are the suggested "assignments" I sent out 
earlier.  The methodology I suggest is 
<http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?Methodology#nid091>    (01)

Adam    (02)

Peter Yim:
StatusCode      Invoice. Status. Code   "Identifies the status of the 
document with regard to change from its original state; 'original', 'copy', 
'revision' or 'cancellation'. Original is as first sent; a copy is 
typically sent on request if the original has been misplaced; a revision is 
a document that contains a change from the original, e.g. new, deleted or 
amended item lines; cancellation is cancellation of whole document (for 
normal order changes and cancellations the respective documents should be 
used)"    (03)

Kurt Conrad:
IssueDate       Invoice. Issue. Date    the date when the invoice was issued    (04)

Bill McCarthy:
TaxPointDate    Invoice. Tax Point. Date        "the date of the invoice 
for tax purposes, in accordance with the applicable tax regulation."    (05)

Pat Cassidy:
InvoiceCurrencyCode     Invoice. Invoice_Currency. Code the currency in 
which the Invoice is presented. This may be the same currency as the 
pricing or as the tax.    (06)

Cecilia Hickel:
LineItemCountQuantity   Invoice. LineItem_Count. Quantity       the number 
of line items    (07)

Mike Daconta:
Delivery        Invoice. Delivery       associates the overall invoice with 
the details of a delivery (or deliveries)    (08)

Bo Newman:
PaymentMeans    Invoice. Payment Means  associates the invoice with the 
expected means of payment.    (09)

Leo Obrst:
PaymentTerms    Invoice. Payment Terms  associates the invoice with the 
payment terms applicable/offered.    (010)

Sue Probert
ExchangeRate    Invoice. Exchange Rate  "associates the invoice with an 
exchange rate. In any one invoice there is only one exchange rate needed, 
either between invoicing at tax currency, or between pricing and invoice 
totalling."    (011)

Monica Martin:
TaxTotals       Invoice. Tax Totals     associates the invoice with summary 
information for a particular tax.    (012)

Bob Smith:
LegalTotals     Invoice. Legal Totals   associates the invoice with a set 
of totals required for the invoice to be a legal document.    (013)

At 05:44 PM 2/19/2004 -0800, Peter Yim wrote:
>We had a good call session today. Minutes of the call are now available at:
>   http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ConferenceCall_2004_02_19
>Please note that Adam Pease will be conducting his next SUO-KIF 
>formalization workshop at the next call (Thu 2004-02-26). Those of you who 
>want to better understand KIF and the corresponding formalization process 
>should mark your calendars and make sure that you don't miss this upcoming 
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