|From:||Deborah MacPherson <debmacp@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Mon, 23 Feb 2009 21:02:15 -0500|
Hi Carl and all, |
Thank you for sharing the links, especially http://marinemetadata.org/conventions/ontologies-thesauri. It is impressive and useful.
I wish the same level of detail could be defined for all of the terms in the figure below from NBIMSv1. NBIMS stands for the National Building Information Modeling Standard, eventually smart buildings will need to interface with all the different levels in the hierarchy below.
River per se is not included, that and all the finer points of previous discussion would fall under even more general categories of Natural, then Water/Sea.
The purple numbers below are from a public safety project at Ontolog - Building Service Performance - http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?FloorplanMarkupLanguage.
Any comments or suggestions to achieve such definitions and level of detail, literally written out in OWL, are sincerely appreciated.
OGC NBIMS Diagram (1S8Z)
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