[expertfinder-dev] vocabularies in structure format

paola.dimaio at gmail.com paola.dimaio at gmail.com
Sat Jan 26 07:07:15 GMT 2008


Axel

I have read in more details the paper, and have found several
useful resources pointed to that I would like to use

As I need to import/reference them all (I am building a knowledge base)
it would be use to categorize them/group them, and to have a text list
attached to each vocabulary so that I can standardize them

while I can do this myself, I wonder if you or any of the good folks on this
list have already got such thing in a table or other structured format
rather than free text as in the paper
I would be most grateful if you could share whatever you may have, and
others too
thanks a lot

PDM

On Jan 25, 2008 12:21 AM, Axel Polleres <axel.polleres at deri.org> wrote:

> paola, please read our conference paper... most of what I told you
> including URIs is already in there.
>
> Boanerges Aleman-Meza, Uldis Bojars, Harold Boley, John G. Breslin,
> Malgorzata Mochol, Lyndon J.B. Nixon, Axel Polleres, and Anna V.
> Zhdanova. Combining RDF vocabularies for expert finding. In Enrico
> Franconi, Michael Kifer, and Wolfgang May, editors,  Proceedings of the
> 4th European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC2007), volume 4519 of Lecture
> Notes in Computer Science, pages 235-250, Innsbruck, Austria, June 2007.
> Springer.
>
> Paper:
> http://www.polleres.net/publications/alem-etal-2007.pdf
>
> Slides available at
> http://www.polleres.net/publications/alem-etal-2007eswc-slides.pdf.
>
> the bio vocab (if not mentioned) is (after searching in google for 10sec
> "bio RDF vocabulary"... 4th link given):
> http://vocab.org/bio/0.1/
>
>
> best,
> Axel
>
> paola.dimaio at gmail.com wrote:
> > Axel
> > thanks a lot
> > Me too going to sleep soon! (almost midnight here)
> > can you please send the urls>
> > whats the bio vocab? add all the links that you can
> > re. vcard, I dont hink we should that mandatory, in the sense that
> > I dont have one, and maybe dont want to have one,
> >
> > re. organisation uri, agreed, but what about if the org does not have
> auri
> > (only a small percentage of thew wold population has uris)
> >
> > lets think broad if we can
> >
> > all pointers/discussions welcome
> > cheers
> > P
> >
> > On Jan 24, 2008 11:00 PM, Axel Polleres <axel.polleres at deri.org> wrote:
> >> sorry, pressed the send button too quickly...
> >>
> >> paola.dimaio at gmail.com wrote:
> >>
> >>> I have looked for the existing draft of proposed vocabulary terms for
> >>> expertise, but not found
> >>> any yet, can someone point me?
> >>>
> >>> Below a very draft schema that I am thinking of at the moment
> >>> I would like to have 10 properties for expertise, at the moment I only
> got eight
> >>> This schema is provisional, and indicative
> >>>
> >>> I d like to have it up on an web interface soon, please let me have
> >>> suggestions ideas
> >>> we can always change it later
> >>>
> >>> I would suggest that the exact syntax defintion and vocabolary choice
> >>> for each of the
> >>> element options (select from menu) is derived f/ mapped to related
> >>> ontologies and
> >>> vocabulary efforts where available (education metadata etc)
> >>>
> >>> could people please kindly point me or update the draft master file
> here
> >>>
> >>> http://groups.google.com/group/foafx/web/foafx-v-001
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> DRAFT FOAFX V.01
> >>>
> >>> CREATE FOAFX PROFILE: select
> >>>
> >>> [WWW]foaf:Person *
> >>>  [WWW]foaf:Organization *
> >>>  [WWW]foaf:Group
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> 1) PERSONAL DETAILS
> >>> 4.1.1. Identifier//HOW LONG SHOULD THE IDENTIFIER BE?
> >>> A scheme, numeric or alphabetic, or a combination of the two, used to
> >>> identify unambiguously a specific individual
> >>> agent. IT CAN BE THE FIRST 3 LETTERS OF EACH ATTRIBUTES
> >>> THIS WOULD MEAN YOU NEED TO MAKE AT LEAST SOME ATTRIBUTES MANDATORY
> >> Paola, on the Semantic Web, we use URIs to identify things...
> >> Anybody is free to choose a URI for her/himself as long as it is under
> >> his/her control, I'd say.
> >>
> >>> 4.1.2 Name
> >>> The name or names by which the person is known, including alternative
> >>> names.//NAME SURNAME MIDDLE NAME INITIALS NICKNAME
> >> foaf:name and if refined needed respective vCard attributes, I'd say.
> >>
> >>> 4.1.3 Dates
> >>> May include date of the person's birth and/or death,
> >>> BIRTH
> >>> DEATH
> >>> OTHER DATE (SPECIFY)
> >> That is partially covered in the bio vocab, isn't it?
> >>
> >>> 4.1.4 Title
> >>> A word or phrase used to identify the rank, office, nobility, honour,
> >>> etc. of the person./ MS/ MR/ DR/ PROF/ MU/ OTHER
> >> What are the respective attributes in vCard, foaf and doac?
> >> Actually, this raises also the question which are allowed/recomended
> >> values.
> >>
> >>> 4.1.5 Affiliation// BLANK TEXT FIELD
> >> no, it should be a URI again, denoting the organisation.
> >>
> >>> The name of the organization, institution, company, or other body with
> >>> which the person was or is associated, or by
> >>> whom the person was employed or contracted.
> >>>
> >>> 4.1.6 Location//USE GEOCODES?
> >>> Information about the person's principal area of residence over time.
> >>> Context may be indicated by the use of
> >>> appropriate qualifiers (for example: Lived in Canberra 1991-2005).
> >> foaf:based_near
> >>
> >>> 4.1.7 Email/ ALLOW MORE THAN ONE
> >>> Email address or addresses currently assigned to the person at the
> >>> time of the description.
> >> foaf:mbox, but this is indeed restrictive (being invFunc), but again
> >> maybe here vCard props might bve usable.
> >>
> >>> 4.1.8 Other Information/AD HOC ELEMENTS
> >>> Any additional significant information about the person that is needed
> >>> to unambiguously identify that person.
> >>>
> >>> EXPERTISE FIELD:  //select from knowledge tree//
> >> We should find some base ontologies, at least for certain kinds of
> >> expertise... this has been discussed in expertfinder since its
> >> beginning... e.g. for computer science the ACM categorization was
> >> suggested, aven wikipedia URIs were mentioned.
> >>
> >>> EXPERTISE LEVEL: //provisional: sum all the entries//
> >> how?
> >>
> >>> EXPERTISE TYPE (select one or more of: user, provider, teacher)
> >> which exactly?
> >>
> >>> LINK TO CV
> >> good, what do doac and resumeRDF already provide there?
> >>
> >>
> >> more later, gotta do a phone call now.
> >>
> >> Axel
> >>
> >>
> >>> GIVE THE VALUE OF 1 FOR EACH ITEM ENTERED (provisional  ranking) ADD
> >>> ALL THE VALUES TO PROVIDE A RANK (EXPERTISE LEVEL)
> >>>
> >>> 1) EDUCATION
> >>> (SCHOOL 1/
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>> SCHOOL  2
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>> UNIVERSITY
> >>>                  GRADUATE
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>> =85=85=85=85=85.POST GRADUATE
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>> PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>> VOCATIONAL TRAINING
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> 2) WORK  EXPERIENCE IN FIELD OF EXPERTISE
> >>> Academic/research (weight 1)
> >>> Industry/real world  (weight 1)
> >>> Academic and industry (weight 2)
> >>> Other
> >>>
> >>> PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (work)
> >>>
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> 3) INTERESTS
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> 4) GENERAL PUBLICATIONS(articles written in non scientific
> publications)
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>> 5) SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS AUTHORED
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>> 6) CONTRIBUTIONS TO COMMUNITIES
> >>>
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>> 7) GRANTS AND AWARDS
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> 8) OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE FIELD OF EXPERTISE
> >>> ENTER TEXT DETAILS /ENTER URL TO FILE/OTHER URL/GIVE A REFERENCE
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >> --
> >>
> >> Dr. Axel Polleres
> >> email: axel at polleres.net  url: http://www.polleres.net/
> >>
> >> rdf:Resource owl:differentFrom xsd:anyURI .
> >>
> >>
> >>
> >
> >
> >
>
>
> --
> Dr. Axel Polleres
> email: axel at polleres.net  url: http://www.polleres.net/
>
> rdf:Resource owl:differentFrom xsd:anyURI .
>
>
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