22 Apr 2008

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Helen_Chen, Don_Doherty, Tom_Oniki, Vipul_Kashyap, holger.stenzhorn, Jyoti, Rachel_Richesson




<vipul> scribe Jyoti

<vipul> EricP can we discuss the first agenda item?

<vipul> Representation of Diabetes Patient data using Clinical Practice Ontology, Eric P

TomO asked if the substance admin can be used for both series and single administration, and confirmed that the SubstanceAdministration act can be used for both

Helen proposed the idea of what BFO has called Aggegation Object. Thus, SubstanceAdministration becomes an aggregation object

Helen we need to find out whether to use homogeneous or heterogeneous aggregation object.

<holger> Vipul, I wanted to answer to your BFO question but had problems with the headset

Helen suggested that we should map the clinical practice ontology to an upper ontology

Vipul do we wait for such a mapping to a later date? or do we need to achieve this immediately?

Vipul does not see any motivating aspect of mapping to an upper ontology immediately

Holger mentioned papers from Barry Smith about why mapping to an upper ontology is relevant.

Vipul suggested Holger/Helen to prepare some presentation and additional thoughts in the COI wiki

about mapping to the upper ontology

Vipul we do not need the ControlAct class from the clinical practice ontology

Vipul push the additional 2 items for the next telecon

Vipul suggested Holger to identify whether we will need some inferencing/rule support to answer the SPARQL queries

<Donald_Doherty> By!

I am sorry, I have to drop out

Summary of Action Items

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