Hi Adrian, (01)
> ... a very interesting call for workshop papers ... (02)
Yes, indeed. (03)
> is this a suitable topic for an extended discussion on this forum? (04)
To this question, I guess one should revert back to our forum charter
(and, in particular, the first of its clauses): (05)
"Discuss practical issues and strategies associated with the
development of both formal and informal ontologies used in business." (06)
[see: http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl#nid011] (07)
Therefore, in so far as the discussion is focused on the "business"
domain, it would be appropriate. (08)
By the way, Bill McCarthy had alerted us earlier (see:
FOIS 2004. Who else, besides Bill is expected to be going to Torino
this November? (09)
Thanks for sharing this, Adrian. -ppy
Internet Business Logic wrote Thu, 03 Jun 2004 19:21:29 -0400: (011)
> Hi All --
> In case you have not already seen it, there is a very interesting call
> for workshop papers .
> The workshop theme begins:
> "What do ontologies, as used in the semantic web and elsewhere, have to
> do with meaning? In particular, where do their predicates get their
> meanings? Semantics, no matter what formalisms are applied to it, is
> ultimately a cognitive phenomenon: it refers to the meaning that symbols
> have for human beings. ...."
> This is a question that is also raised at a nuts-and-bolts level in ,
> where a technical, implemented answer is attempted.
> Any thoughts or pointers about  and/or  ? Peter -- is this a
> suitable topic for an extended discussion on this forum?
> Thanks in advance, --
>  http://fois2004.di.unito.it/workshops.html
>  "Semantic Web Presentation" at www.reengineeringllc.com
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