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<trackbot> Date: 25 June 2010
<YolandaGil> Scribe: Luc
RDF workshop update: coming this WE
Provenance and RDF position paper to be presented there
Olaf reported on call about provenance vocabulary mapping.
Only satya and olaf attended, so they decided to postpone it to next week.
Olaf had drafted a table to justify the mapping of Prov. Voc to OPM.
<paolo> Olaf can you please post the link again, thank you
Everybody else responsible for a mapping to follow the template.
Target was to produce 3 mappings per week.
Comments to be added as notes, at the bottom the table.
or as a comment on that page.
Next item is update on scenarios.
After IPAW, there was a session where examples were added to technical requirements.
That's substantial work: lots of requiremetns, lots examples and sometimes need to change/refine/rephrase requirements.
Yolanda: be strategic in populating requirements with examples
Simon and Jim M started defining requirements for Business Contract Scenario.
Yolanda: nice template for
Relevant State of the Art
... concerned with progress, given European ;-) holidays coming
Yolanda: start mapping related
work to requirements
... some sections/UC still need to be filled with pointers to related work
... not redo the work done in surveys
<paolo> quite impressive for spare time activity!
Yolanda: there is a lot to cite. What is the best approach to doing this?
<Jose_> there is a lot of noise in the line :-(
I can't hear anything here. Is it the same for others?
Paolo: use mendalay, tags, and offer searching capabilities "what should I cite?"
Paolo: community curation
... for a given requirement tag, identify how publications help address problems
<paolo> yes that's the hope...
<paolo> for a vocab based on the explicit classification that has already been occurring
<Irini> +1 for the vocabulary assisted tagging
Michaelp: Indexing quality improved if users can choose from a controlled vocabulary of tags.
<Jose_> +1 to controlled vocabulary tags, but where should therestricted set of tags be generated from?
Michaelp: zotero is good model
Olaf: use use cases to index publications
<michaelp> This what I meant as one source of tagging vocabulary.
Olaf: use user requirements to index publications
<paolo> same here -- agree with Michael + Olaf
Irini: 2D vocabulary on technical requirements and technical solutions
<michaelp> In thesaurus construction, (two) dimension would be expressed as facets.
<michaelp> For two dimensions, most likely as main heading and subdivision.
Jose: enrich vocabularies with user-defined tags
Simon: annotate bibliography with related work
Yogesh: tags to be user-friendly
Yolanda: James said he wanted to
be able to see work in a given area.
... let's try this, and review it in 2-3 weeks. If it doesn't work, we'll have to consider plan B
Yolanda: page to be created, with iniital set of tags, so that we can start tagging (tag fest!)
<YolandaGil> trackbot, end telcon
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