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On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 1:10 PM, Joel Bender <jjb5@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi all,
> We are regularly confronted with tests at the end of an academic period
>(year, semester, or course). In New York State we have a subject specific
>"Regents Exams" and "Scholastic Aptitude Tests" or a "Scholastic Assessment
>Tests" (they keep changing the name), at the end of 4-year degree programs we
>have "Graduate Record Exams".
> - What questions would you put on an OAT?
> - Would a "systems architect" be able to sufficiently answer the question?
> - Could a "programmer"?
> - Could an "analyst"?
> Less specifically, is there a base line set of knowledge (vocabulary,
>history, symbol/graph interpretation, compositional/decompositional
>techniques) that you would expect every ontologist to know?
> Joel (04)
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