sbowers at ucdavis.edu
Tue Jan 2 14:38:05 PST 2007
In Kepler, we have done some work in terms of organizing actors via
ontologies. In particular, in Kepler, the "actor library" is generated
from multiple (simple) OWL ontologies and actor "semantic types" (i.e.,
simple actor annotations to ontology class terms). The Kepler quick
search also takes advantage of these semantic types for finding actors
based on keywords.
We have also experimented a bit with annotating actor input and output
ports with ontology terms. There is a simple GUI in Kepler for doing this
annotation, and it is possible to search for actors using these
input/output types, and also to check if actor connections "make sense"
semantically (i.e., according to ontology definitions).
At one point, we were interested in integrating Growl (an OWL editor)
into Kepler. Growl has been embedded, as an extension, into Protege.
On Tue, 2 Jan 2007, Edward A. Lee wrote:
> At 08:23 AM 1/1/2007, Rowland R Johnson wrote:
> >Are you familiar with the OWL ontology editor Protege? More to the
> >point, is there any aspect of Ptolemy that could benefit from having an
> >integrated OWL ontology editor like Protege? Does it make any sense to
> >organize the actors as an ontology?
> >Rowland R Johnson
> ><mailto:rowland at lascanadas.org>rowland at lascanadas.org
> Dear Rowland,
> Yes, it would make a great deal of sense.
> The Kepler team has done some work with OWL, but I don't
> know about whether they have thought about using Protege...
> I've cc'd the mailing list...
> Edward A. Lee
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