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Meeting minutes from 12/05/2007


We talked a little yesterday about what has to happen to get any Protege ontology to work with my browser (for OWL, there's an additional layer of indirection that needs to be removed by reasoning).

a few hard-coded stuff that I had done previously in effort to get a result out faster:

  • some stuff dealing with :THING and templates
  • subslots

what needs to be specified per ontology:

  • specify the name of the slot that represents :DIRECT-SUBCLASSES (if Protege,

this should always be the same)

  • specify the name of the slot that represents the human-readable name

of the frame (could be the frame name or another slot), and possibly any prefixes to discard

  • startup entity, startup relation when starting from scratch

(by default it would be the root entity and subclass, whereas I think for the FMA, human body and part would be better for a new user)

  • entities/relations to be categorized as favorite / common so that they

are easier to access (e.g. subclass, part, human body, M/F human body)

  • names of slots to be indexed by Lucene, and what category they fall under:

name, alternate names, details/descriptions/comments

  • any abbreviations to use (e.g. L for left) for an abbreviated label