We just had a very enlightening presentation from Dr. Gruninger,
followed by some good discussions. Proceedings and material presented
are available from:
Thank you very much, Michael. We look forward to collaborating with you
in the future. (02)
Peter P. Yim wrote Tue, 07 Sep 2004 21:44:45 -0700: (04)
> = ANNOUNCEMENT =
> Dr. Michael Gruninger, from University of Maryland College Park &
> NIST, will be delivering a presentation entitled "The Process
> Specification Language: Principles and Applications" during our Thu
> 2004-09-16 conference call.
> The Process Specification Language (PSL) has been designed to
> facilitate correct and complete exchange of process information among
> manufacturing systems, including scheduling, process modeling, process
> planning, production planning, simulation, project management,
> workflow, and business process reengineering.
> Michael will give an overview of the theories within the PSL Ontology,
> discuss some of the design principles used to construct the ontology,
> and show how the design of the ontology supports semantic integration.
> Conference Call Details:
> Date: Thursday, Sep. 16, 2004
> Start Time: 10:30 a.m. Pacific Time / 1:30 PM EDT
> End Time: 12:00 a.m. Pacific Time / 3:00 PM EDT
> Refer also to our conference call wiki page for more details:
> About the speaker:
> Michael Gruninger is currently an Assistant Research Scientist in the
> Institute for Systems Research at the University of Maryland College
> Park and also a Guest Researcher at the National Institute for
> Standards and Technology (NIST). Michael was previously a Senior
> Research Scientist in the Enterprise Integration Laboratory of the
> Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University
> of Toronto, where he was the project manager for numerous
> international projects in collaboration with industry, academia, and
> Michael received his Ph.D. and M.Sc. in Computer Science at the
> University of Toronto and his B.Sc. in Computer Science at the
> University of Alberta. His current research focuses on the design and
> formal characterization of ontologies and their application to
> problems in manufacturing and enterprise engineering. He is the
> project leader for the Process Specification Language project at NIST.
> He is also the project leader for ISO 18629 (Process Specification
> Language) within the International Standards Organization (ISO), and
> he was the project editor for project ISO 24707 (Common Logic).
> Please mark your calendars now. Kindly sign yourself up at the call
> wiki page
> or drop me a note off-line, to help me with estimating the number of
> lines I need to reserve on the conference bridge to support the call
> that day.
> I look forward to your joining us for this event.
> Regards. -ppy
> -- (05)
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