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<trackbot> Date: 13 January 2010
<laurent_oz> ??P4 is laurent_oz
<Luis_Bermudez> I will be late 5 minutes...
IPCaller is me
<Holger> ScribeNick: Danh_DERI
<laurent_oz> SSN definitions will be sourced from existing resources like OGC (SWE_terms) and VIM (VIM_terms) or from other lists of definitions previously developed e.g. MMI_OntDev_terms or MINET_Glossary. Relevant Wikipedia definitions (Wikipedia_terms) are also collected: the rationale is to identify terms which can be interpreted in multiple ways in different contexts which Wikipedia handles with its "disambiguation" mechanism.
<laurent_oz> SSN_terms is the list of terms built up by the working group in parallel to the work on the deliverables (ontology and semantic markup).
every one looks at the list of terms listed by laurent
laurent suggest to have mapping from SSN terms to suggested lists
<krp> Laurent: I'll try and help with that (and to familiarise myself with the other term sets)
everyone have look on Data Use Case in Wiki to give comments
Cory propose to link Sensor Discovery Use Case with Semantic Markup package
Disovery will be supported by annotated links in Sensor ML document
<krzysztof_j> which would mean that we do not need the arcrole?
<krp> Or... with the acrole there, would anything break if the associated xlink:href were to a GML ID #
<krp> I think it would all be fine (nay, better)
<scox> arcrole overlaps with the name of the element that the xlinks sit on (in GML)
<krzysztof_j> could you describe such a case?
<laurent_oz> Test case to add: GML example which already use arcrole (consistency)
deadline of EGU 2010 is next moday?
<laurent_oz> Dagstuhl Seminar Semantic Challenges in Sensor Networks
<laurent_oz> Participants includes Manfred Hauswirth, Amit Sheth, Oscar Corcho, Cory Henson,
<laurent_oz> +1 add links to the call in the wiki page
Simon to present the work of the group in EGU 2010
<scox> |Thanks all
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