Brazil Ontology Conference

CALL FOR PAPERS

ONTOBRAS 2019 - 12th Seminar on Ontology Research in Brazil WTDO 2019 - 3rd Doctoral and Masters Consortium on Ontologies

September 2nd-5th, 2019 Porto Alegre – RS, Brazil http://www.inf.ufrgs.br/ontobras/?lang=en

*********************************************************** IMPORTANT DATES

- Submission Deadline: April 15th, 2019 - Notification of acceptance: June 3rd, 2019 - Final Version/Camera Ready: June 24th, 2019 ***********************************************************

(We apologize for multiple postings. Please forward to interested parties.)

-------------------------------------- DEFINITION AND SCOPE --------------------------------------

Ontology is a cross-disciplinary field concerned with the study of concepts and theories that support the building of shared conceptualizations for specific domains. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the application of ontologies to solve modeling and classification problems in diverse areas such as Computer Science, Information Science, Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence, Linguistics, Knowledge Management, Semantic Web and many others.

The Seminar on Ontology Research in Brazil (ONTOBRAS) foresees an opportunity and provides a scientific environment in which researchers and professionals in the areas of Information Science and Computer Science can exchange knowledge about theories, methodologies, languages, tools, and experiences related to theoretical basis, to the development and application of ontologies. In addition, Masters and Ph.D. students whose research is focused on Ontologies will have in the Workshop on Thesis and Dissertations on Ontology (WTDO) a space specially designed to discuss their proposals with specialists, receive feedback on methodological issues and develop an important contact network within the community.

Now in its 12th edition, ONTOBRAS 2019 is part of a tradition that has been in place in Brazil since 2005 and was defined by the Brazilian Ontology Community as a unique, scientifically highly qualified forum for presentation and discussion of ontologies and cases of application annually taking place in Brazil. WTDO is in its 3rd edition and has been consolidating as a rich space for discussion among researchers from different generations, contributing to the expansion and renewal of the ontology researchers community in Brazil.

Therefore, we provide a non-comprehensive list of areas and researchers communities from which we expect to receive submissions:

- Conceptual Modeling: conceptual methods and tools for formal representation of concepts in ontologies. - Information Science: construction and use of taxonomies, thesauri, knowledge organization systems, information indexing, and other applications. - Logic and Reasoning: languages and systems for formal representation applied to representation and reasoning with ontologies. - Philosophy: philosophical aspects that support ontological modeling, top ontologies, mereology, essence, and identity, among others. - Software engineering: ontology representation languages, system architectures, methodologies for developing systems based on ontologies. - Linguistics and natural language processing: extraction of concepts, determination of meaning. - Artificial Intelligence: integration of ontologies and other approaches of AI, such as learning, agents, knowledge-based systems, among others. - Ontology applications: semantic web, databases, business modeling, information retrieval, specific domains (such as life sciences, earth sciences, e-science, e-business, e-government, culture, education, engineering), and so on.

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit theoretical, technical and practical research contributions that directly or indirectly address the issues above or related ones. We welcome submissions ranging from philosophical and theoretical foundations to new technologies and innovative applications.

ONTOBRAS this year will feature the following keynote speakers:

• Nicola Guarino (LOA, Itália) • Mathias Brochhausen (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, EUA) e

--------------- TRACKS ---------------

The 12th edition of ONTOBRAS has two tracks: - MAIN TRACK: focused on articles with consolidated research contributions in ontologies. - WTDO: focused on short articles describing research proposals on ontologies, at master or doctoral level, whose theses and dissertations have not been completed on the date of the event.

--------------- AWARDS ---------------

There will be awards for the 2 best papers presented in WTDO (1 at masters level and 1 at doctoral level).

-------------------------------------------------------------------- IMPORTANT DATES (MAIN TRACK AND WTDO) --------------------------------------------------------------------

• Submissions: April 15th, 2019 • Notification of acceptance for presentation: June 3rd, 2019 • Submission of publication version: June 24th, 2019

----------------------------------- TOPICS OF INTEREST -----------------------------------

Suggested topics of interest for the event include, but are not limited to:

- Ontology and Conceptual Modeling: - Ontological foundations for conceptual modeling and metamodeling - Foundational and upper-level ontologies - Semantic consistency - Ontology-based conceptual modeling tools and environments

- Ontologies and Knowledge Organization: - Facets Theory - Concept Theory - Terminology - Folksonomies - Documentary languages - Thesaurus - Taxonomies - Metadata

- Ontology Engineering: - Methodology, languages, and tools - Composition and modularity - Merging, mapping, and alignment - Ontology language interoperability - Ontology design patterns and anti-patterns - Ontology validation - Integration methods, problems, and practice

- Semantic Web: - Modelling - Information retrieval - Ontology Search - LOD applications

- Ontology and Natural Language Processing: - Linguistic ontologies applied to text processing - Computational Linguistics

- Ontology applications: - Ontologies for e-science, life-sciences, e-business, cultural applications, education, engineering, and so on - Knowledge management - Ontologies and semantic technologies in education - Ontology-driven information systems design - Business modeling

- Ontology Visualization

------------------------------------------------------------------------ SUBMISSION GUIDELINES (Main Track and WTDO) ------------------------------------------------------------------------

*** MAIN TRACK

Submissions (maximum of 12 pages) must be written in PORTUGUESE, SPANISH or ENGLISH. All submissions will be reviewed by experts in the field. Based on reviewers’ assessments, a submission may be recommended to be accepted for oral presentation (typically well-evaluated articles that describe research with clear results) or for poster session and a quick oral presentation (usually well-evaluated articles describing work in progress).

All submissions must be in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and must follow the article formatting rules provided by the Brazilian Computing Society (SBC). The models for Microsoft Office Word, OpenOffice and Latex can be downloaded at:

http://www.sbc.org.br/documentos-da-sbc/summary/169-templates-para-artigos-e-capitulos-de-livros/878-modelosparapublicaodeartigos

Submissions to the main track must be made via Easychair using the following URL:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ontobras2019

The conference proceedings will be published in the online journal CEUR-WS.

*** WTDO

WTDO 2019 will accept research proposals at masters and doctoral level and will be held during Ontobras 2019, in Porto Alegre. Masters or Ph.D. students interested in participating in detailed discussions about their ongoing research at WTDO are invited to submit their research proposal and research sheet.

The Research Sheet must appear on the first 2 pages of the submission and must follow the template available at:

http://www.inf.ufrgs.br/ontobras/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/WTDO-2019-Ficha-da-Pesquisa.docx

The Research Proposal should appear on the 3rd page of the submission and should occupy a maximum of 6 additional pages, including references (each submission must contain a maximum of 8 pages, including the research sheet and proposal). The pages of the research proposal must follow the TEMPLATE of the Brazilian Computing Society (SBC). Templates for MS Word, LibreOffice and LaTeX can be downloaded from the SBC website:

http://www.sbc.org.br/documentos-da-sbc/summary/169-templates-para-artigos-e-capitulos-de-livros/878-modelosparapublicaodeartigos

Submissions should be written in PORTUGUESE, SPANISH or ENGLISH, in a PDF file. The research proposals accepted for presentation in WTDO will be published along with the proceedings of Ontobras.

Submissions to WTDO must be made via Easychair as well, through the following URL:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=wtdo2019

In addition, the research advisers should send an e-mail to wtdo2019@easychair.org stating that they are aware of and agree to the submission of work to WTDO 2019.

The same manuscript (text or title) cannot be submitted on both Ontobras tracks. Research proposals related to theses and dissertations already defended or with a date of defense planned for before the event will not be considered.

--------------------------------------------------- REVIEW OF WTDO SUBMISSIONS ---------------------------------------------------

The submitted proposals will be analyzed by the Ontobras steering committee. The review will take into account both its originality, clarity and relevance concerning the definition of the problem and purpose of the research, the analysis of the state of the art and related works, the adequacy of the research method used, the quality of the text, the potential to advance the Ontology research area, and whether or not the work is in a phase in which the student can benefit from participating in the Workshop (so that research proposals that are already concluded or defended will not be accepted). Submissions that are not selected for presentation at WTDO will also receive feedback from reviewers.

-------------------------------------------------- PRESENTATION ON WORKSHOP --------------------------------------------------

Accepted papers must be presented exclusively by the candidate student, at the Workshop during Ontobras. The student will receive feedback from a board of senior researchers in the area, and the session will be open to all Ontobras participants. All presenters should attend all Workshop sessions in order to create a qualified venue for rich discussions. The schedule will provide the presenters with substantial time for discussions and questions by participating researchers and other students.

WTDO 2019 presentations will be evaluated in loco by previously designated area experts, and the results of evaluations (considering both submission and presentation) will serve as a basis for selection of the 2 best papers (1 at master level and 1 at doctoral level) of WTDO 2019. The best papers will be announced during the event and will receive as a prize the exemption of the registration fee in the next edition of Ontobras, valid exclusively for the student author of the selected research -- All contributions to this forum are covered by an open-source license. For information about the wiki, the license, and how to subscribe or unsubscribe to the forum, see http://ontologforum.org/info/ --- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "ontolog-forum" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to ontolog-forum+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/ontolog-forum/8e687e14-5258-41c8-82da-da6c0d20e278%40googlegroups.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.

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I am inspired by this Brazilian Ontology Conference – by its scope, breadth of inclusion, and apparent elegance. I am not a professional academic, and I am not working in a commercial industrial research environment. But I’ve been staring at these subjects for very long time. I’m feeling something in the air, and wanted to offer a brief sketch.

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I started drawing diagram-proposals for a “universal ontology” when I was about 22 years old. Over the course of my life, in sporadic but sometimes inspired bursts, I pursued this subject relentlessly – seeing it sometimes in terms of the great classical metaphors like the Great Chain of Being -- and sometimes in terms of the micro-analysis of information structure – of “data structures” – and sometimes in terms of broad basic principles of hierarchy and abstraction.

I’ve always felt an attraction to something called “sacred geometry” – or maybe “mystical geometry” – as if the foundations of ontology exist just beyond the human powers of conception.

This year, under the influence of some new impulse or life-force, I’ve begun to “flash” very hard on a new integral design that seems to combine all these elements – and which, I would venture, could make analytic assertions about most of the subjects in this conference.

In much-too-brief terms – I just want to float this idea through this group. This is something new – something I have never seen before, or heard discussed. Maybe it’s a little bit like something from Douglas Hofstadter, computer science professor and author of Gödel Escher Bach and Metamagical Themas.

But here’s this idea, in the briefest sketch.

I call it a “Closed Loop Interval Ontology” – and the power of it seems to involve an extreme generality that forms what I think we can call a “closed space”.

There are so many moving parts to this idea that the task of explaining it all is a bit overwhelming. And who knows, maybe this simple big picture will get dashed to the ground by somebody who sees these things better than I do.

But this concept has to do with the foundations and principles of measurement – and indeed, it takes a form that looks like an ordinary common “ruler” – a ruler under an intriguing topological transformation.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruler

This concept is incredibly simple – perhaps mind-blowingly so.

A ruler is a working real-world device at the foundation of contemporary engineering and construction. It’s a straight line, divided into uniform increments. A strong case can be made that every increment defined on this form is a unit interval – an increment of measurement “1” – one unit. The scale and “level of partitioning” varies, but the form and structure remains 100% linear, and recursive. “Every unit interval is isomorphic to every other unit interval.” And yes, note that this analytic decomposition of intervals is essential hierarchical along a descending cascade – which can itself be defined as an interval across levels of scale. It goes from bigger units (the entire length of the ruler) to the smallest – all of which elements are linearly recursive, self-similar, and defined as “unit intervals”. It’s a general mapping of “the many to the one”. I might want to argue that most conceptual forms are special cases of this one simple general form.

The partitioning on the lower edge of this ruler is binary, and the partitioning across the top is decimal. Take your pick – what works best in your specific/local context?

There is a powerful analogy with the “real number line” and the definition of the continuum. We could make a good case that the continuum can be defined as the undifferentiated gaps between the finest levels of differentiation of which our measuring instruments are capable. We define values to the greatest number of decimal places we can, and then surrender to an “acceptable error tolerance” at the bottom of our analytic cascade.

But something else is also obvious. This cascade across levels of scale is at the least homomorphic (“similar”) to many of the basic and most common working models of ontology, such as taxonomy, and the very notion of a “concept” – which is defined as a unit at a higher level of scale (generality, abstraction) than the sub-components and elements from which its generalization is derived. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Concept

This form, too, is hierarchical. There is a strict linear measure of scale ranging from “the trees” (“the many”, at a lower level of abstraction) to “the tree” (“the one”, at a higher level of abstraction).

So this begins to get me to this emerging idea that seems explosively fascinating. I can’t say I’ve mastered it just yet – but the creative force seems to be in the ethers.

This diagram is something I made with a computer running a loop on a simple html table structure, so that every row was divided into twice as many intervals as the previous (i.e., it’s binary).

So this is a framework containing unit intervals across descending levels of scale. If this was taxonomic ontology, we might say that “the top level” is the universally containing “upper ontology” (perhaps defined as the interval from 0 to 1) -- the entire thing is simply one interval – and the bottom level is approaching continuity as a limit. The entire thing is a cascade of units that take the same general form as foundational concepts in ontology – taxonomy, mereology (part/whole), and the process of abstraction in general. We can “measure everything on it.” A lot could be said about this, and an advanced and ambitious theory of categorization built on the principles of dimensionality and abstract variables, as per Stanly Smith Sevens.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Level_of_measurement

Now – here’s where this idea seems to me to become explosively powerful and utterly integral (i.e., “containing everything, at a high or perfect level of order”).

The concept is – see this ruler as a “Moebius Strip”.

Twist it around that mysterious bend – so that the single containing interval at the top is directly mapped to the microscopic intervals at the bottom.

This IS a “continuous and unbroken model of the continuum” – and mapped into itself around that bend it maps the infinite into the infinitesimal as one smoothly integrated unit – that seems to contain all potential for partitioning within it – every imaginable/conceivable category or distinction.

I’ve looked a lot of discussions and articles about Moebius strips, and I’ve been wondering about universal ontology and categories for a long time – but I have never seen this before.

This model welds the open undefined infinite to the infinitesimal in pure linear recursion. Everything that exists – or is defined in a category amenable to measurement – is suspended within this frame, defined by stipulative postulations and cultural agreements. This is the human conversation in one container – ranging from the utmostly empirical and specific to the utmostly abstract and theoretical. This is the space of our collective negotiation. Go a little farther – this is the science/religion bridge – the science/humanities bridge – the quantitative/qualitative bridge.

All defined in “intervals” by postulated and generally ad hoc/context-specific stipulation and agreed-upon measurement.

Here are some visualizations and geometric transformations I have found helpful.

http://originresearch.com/interval/index.cfm

Bruce Schuman Santa Barbara CA USA, 805-705-9174

From: ontolog-forum@googlegroups.com On Behalf Of Fabrício H. Rodrigues Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2019 10:26 AM To: ontolog-forum Subject: [ontolog-forum] Call for Papers: ONTOBRAS 2019 (September 2nd-5th, 2019 - Porto Alegre - Brazil)

CALL FOR PAPERS

ONTOBRAS 2019 - 12th Seminar on Ontology Research in Brazil WTDO 2019 - 3rd Doctoral and Masters Consortium on Ontologies

September 2nd-5th, 2019 Porto Alegre – RS, Brazil http://www.inf.ufrgs.br/ontobras/?lang=en

*********************************************************** IMPORTANT DATES

- Submission Deadline: April 15th, 2019 - Notification of acceptance: June 3rd, 2019 - Final Version/Camera Ready: June 24th, 2019 ***********************************************************

(We apologize for multiple postings. Please forward to interested parties.)

-------------------------------------- DEFINITION AND SCOPE --------------------------------------

Ontology is a cross-disciplinary field concerned with the study of concepts and theories that support the building of shared conceptualizations for specific domains. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the application of ontologies to solve modeling and classification problems in diverse areas such as Computer Science, Information Science, Philosophy, Artificial Intelligence, Linguistics, Knowledge Management, Semantic Web and many others.

The Seminar on Ontology Research in Brazil (ONTOBRAS) foresees an opportunity and provides a scientific environment in which researchers and professionals in the areas of Information Science and Computer Science can exchange knowledge about theories, methodologies, languages, tools, and experiences related to theoretical basis, to the development and application of ontologies. In addition, Masters and Ph.D. students whose research is focused on Ontologies will have in the Workshop on Thesis and Dissertations on Ontology (WTDO) a space specially designed to discuss their proposals with specialists, receive feedback on methodological issues and develop an important contact network within the community.

Now in its 12th edition, ONTOBRAS 2019 is part of a tradition that has been in place in Brazil since 2005 and was defined by the Brazilian Ontology Community as a unique, scientifically highly qualified forum for presentation and discussion of ontologies and cases of application annually taking place in Brazil. WTDO is in its 3rd edition and has been consolidating as a rich space for discussion among researchers from different generations, contributing to the expansion and renewal of the ontology researchers community in Brazil.

Therefore, we provide a non-comprehensive list of areas and researchers communities from which we expect to receive submissions:

- Conceptual Modeling: conceptual methods and tools for formal representation of concepts in ontologies. - Information Science: construction and use of taxonomies, thesauri, knowledge organization systems, information indexing, and other applications. - Logic and Reasoning: languages and systems for formal representation applied to representation and reasoning with ontologies. - Philosophy: philosophical aspects that support ontological modeling, top ontologies, mereology, essence, and identity, among others. - Software engineering: ontology representation languages, system architectures, methodologies for developing systems based on ontologies. - Linguistics and natural language processing: extraction of concepts, determination of meaning. - Artificial Intelligence: integration of ontologies and other approaches of AI, such as learning, agents, knowledge-based systems, among others. - Ontology applications: semantic web, databases, business modeling, information retrieval, specific domains (such as life sciences, earth sciences, e-science, e-business, e-government, culture, education, engineering), and so on.

Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit theoretical, technical and practical research contributions that directly or indirectly address the issues above or related ones. We welcome submissions ranging from philosophical and theoretical foundations to new technologies and innovative applications.

ONTOBRAS this year will feature the following keynote speakers:

• Nicola Guarino (LOA, Itália) • Mathias Brochhausen (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, EUA) e

--------------- TRACKS ---------------

The 12th edition of ONTOBRAS has two tracks: - MAIN TRACK: focused on articles with consolidated research contributions in ontologies. - WTDO: focused on short articles describing research proposals on ontologies, at master or doctoral level, whose theses and dissertations have not been completed on the date of the event.

--------------- AWARDS ---------------

There will be awards for the 2 best papers presented in WTDO (1 at masters level and 1 at doctoral level).

-------------------------------------------------------------------- IMPORTANT DATES (MAIN TRACK AND WTDO) --------------------------------------------------------------------

• Submissions: April 15th, 2019 • Notification of acceptance for presentation: June 3rd, 2019 • Submission of publication version: June 24th, 2019

----------------------------------- TOPICS OF INTEREST -----------------------------------

Suggested topics of interest for the event include, but are not limited to:

- Ontology and Conceptual Modeling: - Ontological foundations for conceptual modeling and metamodeling - Foundational and upper-level ontologies - Semantic consistency - Ontology-based conceptual modeling tools and environments

- Ontologies and Knowledge Organization: - Facets Theory - Concept Theory - Terminology - Folksonomies - Documentary languages - Thesaurus - Taxonomies - Metadata

- Ontology Engineering: - Methodology, languages, and tools - Composition and modularity - Merging, mapping, and alignment - Ontology language interoperability - Ontology design patterns and anti-patterns - Ontology validation - Integration methods, problems, and practice

- Semantic Web: - Modelling - Information retrieval - Ontology Search - LOD applications

- Ontology and Natural Language Processing: - Linguistic ontologies applied to text processing - Computational Linguistics

- Ontology applications: - Ontologies for e-science, life-sciences, e-business, cultural applications, education, engineering, and so on - Knowledge management - Ontologies and semantic technologies in education - Ontology-driven information systems design - Business modeling

- Ontology Visualization

------------------------------------------------------------------------ SUBMISSION GUIDELINES (Main Track and WTDO) ------------------------------------------------------------------------

*** MAIN TRACK

Submissions (maximum of 12 pages) must be written in PORTUGUESE, SPANISH or ENGLISH. All submissions will be reviewed by experts in the field. Based on reviewers’ assessments, a submission may be recommended to be accepted for oral presentation (typically well-evaluated articles that describe research with clear results) or for poster session and a quick oral presentation (usually well-evaluated articles describing work in progress).

All submissions must be in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) and must follow the article formatting rules provided by the Brazilian Computing Society (SBC). The models for Microsoft Office Word, OpenOffice and Latex can be downloaded at:

http://www.sbc.org.br/documentos-da-sbc/summary/169-templates-para-artigos-e-capitulos-de-livros/878-modelosparapublicaodeartigos

Submissions to the main track must be made via Easychair using the following URL:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ontobras2019

The conference proceedings will be published in the online journal CEUR-WS.

*** WTDO

WTDO 2019 will accept research proposals at masters and doctoral level and will be held during Ontobras 2019, in Porto Alegre. Masters or Ph.D. students interested in participating in detailed discussions about their ongoing research at WTDO are invited to submit their research proposal and research sheet.

The Research Sheet must appear on the first 2 pages of the submission and must follow the template available at:

http://www.inf.ufrgs.br/ontobras/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/WTDO-2019-Ficha-da-Pesquisa.docx

The Research Proposal should appear on the 3rd page of the submission and should occupy a maximum of 6 additional pages, including references (each submission must contain a maximum of 8 pages, including the research sheet and proposal). The pages of the research proposal must follow the TEMPLATE of the Brazilian Computing Society (SBC). Templates for MS Word, LibreOffice and LaTeX can be downloaded from the SBC website:

http://www.sbc.org.br/documentos-da-sbc/summary/169-templates-para-artigos-e-capitulos-de-livros/878-modelosparapublicaodeartigos

Submissions should be written in PORTUGUESE, SPANISH or ENGLISH, in a PDF file. The research proposals accepted for presentation in WTDO will be published along with the proceedings of Ontobras.

Submissions to WTDO must be made via Easychair as well, through the following URL:

https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=wtdo2019

In addition, the research advisers should send an e-mail to wtdo2019@easychair.org stating that they are aware of and agree to the submission of work to WTDO 2019.

The same manuscript (text or title) cannot be submitted on both Ontobras tracks. Research proposals related to theses and dissertations already defended or with a date of defense planned for before the event will not be considered.

--------------------------------------------------- REVIEW OF WTDO SUBMISSIONS ---------------------------------------------------

The submitted proposals will be analyzed by the Ontobras steering committee. The review will take into account both its originality, clarity and relevance concerning the definition of the problem and purpose of the research, the analysis of the state of the art and related works, the adequacy of the research method used, the quality of the text, the potential to advance the Ontology research area, and whether or not the work is in a phase in which the student can benefit from participating in the Workshop (so that research proposals that are already concluded or defended will not be accepted). Submissions that are not selected for presentation at WTDO will also receive feedback from reviewers.

-------------------------------------------------- PRESENTATION ON WORKSHOP --------------------------------------------------

Accepted papers must be presented exclusively by the candidate student, at the Workshop during Ontobras. The student will receive feedback from a board of senior researchers in the area, and the session will be open to all Ontobras participants. All presenters should attend all Workshop sessions in order to create a qualified venue for rich discussions. The schedule will provide the presenters with substantial time for discussions and questions by participating researchers and other students.

WTDO 2019 presentations will be evaluated in loco by previously designated area experts, and the results of evaluations (considering both submission and presentation) will serve as a basis for selection of the 2 best papers (1 at master level and 1 at doctoral level) of WTDO 2019. The best papers will be announced during the event and will receive as a prize the exemption of the registration fee in the next edition of Ontobras, valid exclusively for the student author of the selected research -- All contributions to this forum are covered by an open-source license. For information about the wiki, the license, and how to subscribe or unsubscribe to the forum, see http://ontologforum.org/info/ --- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "ontolog-forum" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to ontolog-forum+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/ontolog-forum/8e687e14-5258-41c8-82da-da6c0d20e278%40googlegroups.com. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout. -- All contributions to this forum are covered by an open-source license. For information about the wiki, the license, and how to subscribe or unsubscribe to the forum, see http://ontologforum.org/info/ --- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "ontolog-forum" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it, send an email to ontolog-forum+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com. To view this discussion on the web visit https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/ontolog-forum/012c01d4dd2b%240cd20650%24267612f0%24%40cox.net. For more options, visit https://groups.google.com/d/optout.