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--- "Peter P. Yim" <peter.yim@xxxxxxxx> wrote: (03)
> We had a very good session with Dr. Timothy Redmond
> from Stanford
> Medical Informatics today. Dr. Redmond presented his
> talk on:
> "Developing Applications in Protege: The Protege
> Architecture" especially for those of us in the
> community who
> are, or are planning to, develop ontology-based
> applications. He
> walked us through the range of alternative
> approaches that are
> available to the developers, and made
> recommendations as to their
> appropriateness in different applications.
> On behalf of the community, I would like to express
> appreciations to Dr. Redmond for taking the time to
> give the talk
> and to have a dialog with us. And, as always, we
> thank to all the
> participants who joined us today.
> Proceedings of the session are captured at our wiki
> page, at:
> In particular, full audio recording (as well as the
> podcast) of
> the session is now available too - see:
> Dr. Redmond's input today adds yet another important
> piece to the
> collective intelligence and body of knowledge that
> our community
> is building.
> Best regards. =ppy
> P.S. We already have two exciting events lined up
> for the
> immediately following two weeks:
> On Thu 06-Jul-2006, Dr. E. Michael Maximilien from
> IBM Research
> will be moderating our 2nd "Ontologizing Ontolog"
> discussion. The
> topic will be: "Ontologizing the Ontolog Body of
> Knowledge -
> Tools, Techniques, and Approaches Panel Discussion".
> Please refer
> to details at the session wiki page at:
> On Thu 13-Jul-2006, Dr. Patrick Cassidy of MITRE
> will be
> presenting a talk entitled: "Defining vocabularies,
> and linguistic" providing the perspectives on the
> matter from the
> vantage point of a formal ontologist.
> Mark your calendars now so that you won't miss them!
> E-mail me
> offline if you are planning to join us at these
> sessions. =ppy
> Peter P. Yim wrote Mon, 26 Jun 2006 09:04:49 -0700:
> > *REMINDER*
> > The subject talk is coming up this Thursday 6/29
> (1:30pm EDT / 10:30am
> > PDT / 17:30 UTC) ... RSVP (by e-mailing the sender
> offline) if you are
> > planning to attend and haven't yet responded.
> > While most of our previous talks are about
> ontologies or developing
> > ontologies, this one is going to be about
> DEVELOPING ontology-based
> > APPLICATIONS instead.
> > ... You wouldn't want to miss this talk if you are
> a system strategist,
> > architect, designer, developer or ontologist who
> is, or is about to,
> > developing semantically interoperable applications
> that will be making
> > USE of ONTOLOGIES.
> > We look forward to having you at the session.
> > Regards. =ppy
> Peter P. Yim wrote Thu, 15 Jun 2006 19:56:04 -0700:
> > *ANNOUNCEMENT*
> > We are pleased to announce that *Dr. Timothy
> Redmond* from
> Stanford will be joining us on Thursday, June 29,
> 2006, to
> present a talk on *Developing Applications in
> > This is a part of the series of events (talks and
> sessions) between April and July 2006 that revolve
> around the
> topic: "Ontologizing the Ontolog Body of Knowledge"
> during which
> this community will explore the "what's" and "how's"
> to the
> development of a semantically interoperable
> application, using
> the improved access to the community knowledge of
> Ontolog as a
> case in point.
> > *Conference call-in details*:
> > Date: Thursday, June 29, 2006
> > Start Time: 17:30 UTC / 1:30pm EDT / 10:30am PDT
> > (World Time:
> > Session Duration: ~2 Hours
> > Dial-in Number: +1-641-696-6600 (Iowa)
> > Participant Access Code: "686564#"
> > Shared-screen support will be available
> > Topic: *Developing Applications in Protege*
> > *Abstract*: (by Tim Redmond)
> > Protege is a very popular ontology editor. In
> addition to its
> capabilities as a simple application for viewing and
> ontologies, it also boasts a highly flexible plugin
> and a rich knowledge base application interface. In
> this talk we
> will describe approaches for developing graphical
> embedded in the Protege graphical interface and to
> standalone applications based on the Protege
> knowledge base
> application interface.
> > *About the Speaker*:
> > *Dr. Timothy Redmond* is a recent addition to
> Stanford Medical
> Informatics' Protege project team who is taking over
> responsibilities of the chief Protege architect. He
> received a
> B.S. in Mathematics from the University of
> California, Santa
> Barbara (1980) and a Ph.D. in mathematics from
> University (1984). Since that time, Dr. Redmond has
> worked in the
> area of formal methods and their application to
> verifying the
> correctness and security of computer systems. He has
> experience with formal methods including experience
> using systems
> such as HOL, InaJo and SDVS.
> > *Refer to details on the session wiki page at*:
> > This will be a virtual session over an augmented
> call. The session is expected to start with a 45
> min. ~ 1 Hour
> presentation followed by an extended discussion
> between the
> participants and the speaker. The entire session
> will be recorded
> and made available as open content under the
> prevailing Ontolog
> IPR policy (see:
> > As usual, this Ontolog event is open to all. I
> look forward to
> having you at this session. Please pass the
> announcement along to
> those who might be interested to join us too.
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