There are two very different ways to write a communique.
1. summarize the results of our 5 tracks, tied together in
some nice way
2. make the case for ontology
If the former, we can talk about case studies, and the
application framework etc, and the makign the case part will be
discussed in the strategy section.
If the latter, we make no attempt to summarize the tracks per
se, we just take our best shot at making the caes for ontology,
period. This is probably more useful, and we can point to output
of each track, to the extent that they exist. This approach may
also be much harder to organize, meaning and produce. Having
each track lead produce a summary of their results is not really
much more than solid background material for writing a document
focused on making the case.
Michael Uschold, PhD
Senior Ontology Consultant, Semantic Arts
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