Dear Chris, (01)
Thanks for your offer to give a talk. It looks very pertinent to our
Could I schedule your talk for July 5th at the usual time, subject as
usual to comment from other ontolog members. (03)
Reference Data Architecture and Standards Manager
Shell International Petroleum Company Limited
Shell Centre, London SE1 7NA, United Kingdom (05)
Tel: +44 20 7934 4490 Mobile: +44 7796 336538
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> From: Chris Partridge [mailto:mail@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
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> To: West, Matthew R SIPC-DFC/D21
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> Subject: RE: ONTOLOG: Database and Ontology Series
> Dear Matthew,
> I would propose giving a talk with the title: Ontologising
> databases - the
> data - process distinction revisited.
> Abstract. Innovation often arises when two disparate fields
> are combined.
> Introducing ontology into the database field suggests new
> ways in which it
> may evolve. One of these ways is revising the data – process
> which is at the foundation of the notion of a database. It is
> assumed that
> this distinction is rooted in the business domain. A more thorough
> examination - based upon ontology - firstly reveals this view
> to be mistaken
> and that clarification can lead to improvements in the design
> of databases
> and their subsequent interoperability.
> I can make any time after mid-February.
> Best regards,
> > -----Original Message-----
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> > Cc: ontolog-admin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> > Subject: ONTOLOG: Database and Ontology Series
> > Dear Colleagues,
> > You are receiving this e-mail becuase you have volunteered (or been
> > volunteered) to give a talk to the ONTOLOG Community of Practice.
> > If this is a surprise to you, or you just want a reminder about the
> > series, the following link will hopefully bring you up to speed and
> > let you know the sort of area we are aiming at.
> > http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?DatabaseAndOntology#nidS9Q
> > The talks are normally given over the web by teleconference on the
> > first or second Thursday of the month at:
> > 10:30am PST / 1:30pm EST / 7:30pm CET / 18:30 GMT/UTC
> > The time available for the presentation is about 1 hour 30 minutes.
> > If you are able to give a talk, please send me a title and brief
> > abstract, together with dates you can make (or not).
> > If you are not able to give a talk, then let me know and I'll stop
> > bothering you.
> > Regards
> > Matthew West
> > Reference Data Architecture and Standards Manager
> > Shell International Petroleum Company Limited
> > Shell Centre, London SE1 7NA, United Kingdom
> > Tel: +44 20 7934 4490 Mobile: +44 7796 336538
> > Email: matthew.west@xxxxxxxxx
> > http://www.shell.com
> > http://www.matthew-west.org.uk/
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