Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of OpenBioSemantics

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2008/02/13 11:34:50 (10 years ago)
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r.bruskiewich
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  • OpenBioSemantics

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    3939   * Can the task be partitioned down to size to make it tractable, yet large enough to be useful (achieve "buy-in")? Can guidelines for modular (community specific) code/data type modules be stipulated? e.g. glycoinformatics 
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    41 = Summary of Day 2 Discussions (12th Feb. AIST/CBRC) =  
     41= Summary of Day 2 (12th Feb. AIST/CBRC) =  
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     43 * Group facilitator caught up with capturing day 1 proceedings (above) from poster notes. 
     44 * It was decided to use UML (rather than OWL/RDF) to initially document object models in !OpenBio* projects for further community discussion on shared semantics, given that these models are coming from reverse engineered "object oriented" software (which UML is well suited to describe). Such a model could, in the future, be expressed as an OWL/RDF platform specific implementation, for more general computability (i.e. in Moby 2.0?). 
     45 * Moving forward this idea that a shared domain model might facilitate interoperability in !OpenBio* projects and web services, Richard Holland and Richard Bruskiewich spent part of the afternoon of day 2 drawing [BioJavaDomainModel UML diagrams reflecting the BioJava object data types], and started tracking down (over email) a !BioPerl UML model that is rumoured to be available. 
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     47= Summary of Day 3 (13th Feb. AIST/CBRC) =  
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     49 * No specific ontology team discussions convened but theme specific discussions underway (e.g. with Glycoinformatics and Phyloinformatics teams). 
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