OntologySummit2007: Frameworks For Consideration    (T1Y)

Dimensions-Aspects    (T1Z)

First proposed by: LeoObrst in his 2007.01.28 posted to the [ontology-summit] list - http://ontolog.cim3.net/forum/ontology-summit/2007-01/msg00083.html    (T20)

Following article being organized by: CharlesTurnitsa    (T21)

Formality    (U1Q)

Scale    (U4V)

Informal (Formality = 0) vs. Formal (Formality = 1)    (U1R)

Description    (U1S)

Comments    (U1T)

Expressivity    (U23)

Scale    (U24)

Description    (U25)

Expressivity of the semantic model (i.e., underlying knowledge representation language or logic)    (U26)

Comments    (U27)

Concept-based    (U3G)

Scale    (U3H)

Term (Concept-based = 0) vs. concept (real world referent)(Concept-based = 1)    (U3I)

Description    (U3J)

Comments    (U3K)

Mathematical Ordering    (U3P)

Scale    (U3Q)

Description    (U3R)

Mathematical ordering, structure, definition of the privileged parent-child relation    (U3S)

Comments    (U3T)

Application Focus    (U3V)

Scale    (U3W)

Description    (U3X)

Use cases, etc. (part of this is precision of the service needed, e.g., metadata/topic terms for a document to aid in broad doc topic retrieval vs. a semantic service query, specfication, or composition)    (U3Y)

Comments    (U3Z)

Granularity    (U42)

Scale    (U43)

Description    (U44)

Precision, Scope    (U45)

Comment    (U46)

Development Philosophy    (U48)

Scale    (U49)

Empirical (bottom-up) [0] vs. Rationalist (top-down) development [1]    (U4A)

Description    (U4B)

Methodology (i.e., arbitrary folks add or annotate terms/concepts vs. a rigorous ontology development) [No scale determined yet; Some combination? Middle-out? But what does that mean?]    (U4C)

Comments    (U4D)

Human Coded    (U4E)

Scale    (U4F)

Human-coded [1] vs. machine-learned/generated [0]    (U4G)

Description    (U4H)

Comments    (U4I)

Automated Reasoning    (U4K)

Scale    (U4L)

Description    (U4M)

And complexity of that, i.e., one could have transitive closure or subsumption down a subclass graph vs. theorem-proving    (U4N)

Comments    (U4O)

Prescriptive vs. Descriptive    (U4P)

Scale    (U4Q)

Descriptive [0] vs. Prescriptive [1]    (U4R)

Description    (U4S)

A commonsense or conceptually-profligate ontology vs. an ontology that specifies that this is the way the world is)    (U4T)

Comments    (U4U)