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The UB Center for Multisource Information Fusion (CMIF) is pleased to host a one-day ontology boot camp to be taught by Dr. Barry Smith, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Julian Park Chair.
 
The UB Center for Multisource Information Fusion (CMIF) is pleased to host a one-day ontology boot camp to be taught by Dr. Barry Smith, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Julian Park Chair.
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9:00 Introduction and Background: Semantic Technology for Systems Engineering
 
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9:15 Ontology Timeline
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9:15 Part 1: Introduction to Ontology
*1: 1970s: Strong AI, Robotics, PSL
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*2: 1990s: The Semantic Web, Linked Open Data
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9:30 Principles for Ontology Building
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9:30 Suites of Ontology Modules
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*Toy Example: Military Vehicle Ontology
 
*Toy Example: Military Vehicle Ontology
  
 
10:15 Coffee
 
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10:30 Future-Proofing Ontologies
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10:30 Part 3: Functions and Capabilities
*The Case of the Gene Ontology
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*Future Proofing Ontologies: The Case of the Gene Ontology
 
*Building ontologies with Basic Formal Ontology
 
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12:00 Lunch
 
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1:00 Part Four
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*Functions and Capabilities
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*Functions and Capabilities (continued)
 
*Product Life Cycle (PLC) Ontology
 
*Product Life Cycle (PLC) Ontology
 
*Defining ‘System’
 
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3:00 Adjourn
 
3:00 Adjourn

Latest revision as of 12:00, 18 February 2018

A one-day tutorial on systems engineering ontology

Venue: 97 (Basement) Alumni Arena, University at Buffalo, North Campus
Time: Friday, January 26, 2018, 9am-3pm
Faculty: Barry Smith,
Video
Slides

The UB Center for Multisource Information Fusion (CMIF) is pleased to host a one-day ontology boot camp to be taught by Dr. Barry Smith, SUNY Distinguished Professor of Philosophy and Julian Park Chair.

Dr. Smith’s work on applied ontology in biology and healthcare is well known. Recently he was invited by the Systems Engineering Research Center to lead a training session in Washington DC on the application of ontology to the field of systems engineering. CMIF has invited Dr. Smith to offer a version of this course to the UB community.

Participation is free and open to the public. Coffee and lunch will be provided to those participants who register in advance by email to johnc@buffalo.edu.

8:30 Registration and Coffee

9:00 Introduction and Background: Semantic Technology for Systems Engineering

9:15 Part 1: Introduction to Ontology

  • Ontology Timeline
1: 1970s: Strong AI, Robotics, PSL
2: 1990s: The Semantic Web, Linked Open Data
3: 2000s: Lessons from the Human Genome Project

9:30 Suites of Ontology Modules

  • Principles for Ontology Building
  • Toy Example: Military Vehicle Ontology

10:15 Coffee

10:30 Part 3: Functions and Capabilities

  • Future Proofing Ontologies: The Case of the Gene Ontology
  • Building ontologies with Basic Formal Ontology
  • Common Core Ontologies (CCO)
  • Industry Ontologies Foundry (IOF)
  • Ontology for Materials Science
  • Realizables in BFO: Roles and Dispositions

12:00 Lunch

1:00 Part Four: Product Life Cycle Ontology

  • Functions and Capabilities (continued)
  • Product Life Cycle (PLC) Ontology
  • Defining ‘System’

2:00 Part Five: Services, Commodities and Infrastructure 3:00 Adjourn