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1 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 Kick Off Meeting Island of San Servolo - Venice, Italy 11th to 13th February 2008 WP12 - Domain Knowledge Formalization Kostas Kalaboukas - SingularLogic
2 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 Agenda WP12 at a glance Objectives Tasks & Timeframe Effort allocation Relations to other WPs/ Tasks Proposed implementation plan WP Tasks decomposition Initial action list
3 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 WP12 - Objectives Objective to provide the best possible Knowledge Description for the domains covered by EURIDICE, residing mainly, but non only, in logistics and transportation Goal Modelling and storage of the knowledge required for logistic process cooperation, and then supporting search and discovery of such knowledge resources (e.g., services) needed to build an executable business activity. How? Evaluate the most promising formalized descriptions of knowledge in transportation and logistics and select the most relevant. Create a superset of one common formalized description by both joining the selected one and as well allow its correction and enhancement by domain experts. Foresee continuous enhancement of the consolidated description by domain experts through easy and fast expression of knowledge in a consistent way. Allow mapping of knowledge sources by integrating Knowledge Sources. Define and elaborate additional formalized tools to continuously update the database as result from the reasoning done in WP13.
4 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 ID12.1: Report on relevant formalized knowledge descriptions WP12 - Tasks & Timeframe ID12.2: EURIDICE Data Models (1st version) D12.1: EURIDICE Context model D12.2: Formalised EURIDICE Domain Knowledge D12.3: EURIDICE Data Models (Final version)
5 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 WP12 - Effort allocation Project/ Workpackage/ TaskLEADERInsielVTTVIUTelitBIBASingEnicmaLogicaJSIFHVTotals WP12 Domain Knowledge Formalization Singular Logic 7,610,014,00,83,621,89,66,425,12,0101,0 T121 Evaluation and selection of knowledge sources Singular Logic 0,03,40,0 4,7 1,64,84,50,0 19,0 T122 Align and narrow context model to used domain knowledge JSI 7,60,04,70,02,46,23,21,6 9,5 2,0 37,3 T123 Domain context modelling JSI 0,03,64,70,01,2 1,60,0 9,0 0,0 20,1 T124 Building data model Singular Logic 0,02,94,70,80,0 10,9 3,20,02,10,0 24,6
6 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 WP12 - Relations to other WPs/ Tasks T114 Interoperability & Conceptual Integration T122 Align and narrow context model to used Domain knowledge T123 Domain Knowledge Modelling T124 Building Data Models T121 Evaluation & Selection of knowledge sources T212 End users applications T134 Anomaly detection WP12 - Domain Knowledge Formalization WP13 - Cargo Intelligence WP11 - Framework ArchitectureWP21 - Platform Integration (1) (2) (4) (5) (6) (3) (6) (1) - Existing domain knowledge (2) - Refined EURIDICE domain for implementation (3) - Use of existing models and Feedback regarding any anomalies found during processing (4) - Scope for the representation of the knowledge in the EURIDICE domain (5) - Formalized (context) info for the creation of data models (6) - Process & Data models integrated into the users applications
7 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 Understanding Domain Knowledge Processes? Parties/ Roles involved Tasks Conditions for execution (triggers, check/end points, etc.) Info exchanged/ trasmitted during process execution? Documents (orders, dispatch advice, etc.) Data (temperature, position, etc.) Process state (transportation end, start, etc.) Notifications/ Acknowledgements/ Alerts Legal/ Business Rules? Other?
8 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 WP12 - Implementation plan (Task 121) T122 Align and narrow context model to used Domain knowledge T123 Domain Knowledge Modelling T124 Building Data Models T121 Evaluation & Selection of knowledge sources Start: Finish: M0 M6 Standards Relevant projects Users Feedback Domain experts Review from domain experts Sources Identification Experts appointment & template description ID12.1: Report on relevant formalized knowledge descriptions Study of sources Start: Finish: M0 M1 Start: Finish: M1 M2 Start: Finish: M3 M5 Start: Finish: M4 M5 Consolidation Start: Finish: M6
9 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 WP12 - Implementation plan (Task 122) T122 Align and narrow context model to used Domain knowledge T123 Domain Knowledge Modelling T124 Building Data Models T121 Evaluation & Selection of knowledge sources Definition of evaluation criteria Start: Finish: M7 M8 Definition of data collection activities (interviews, panels, etc.) Start: Finish: M7 M8 Relevant knowledge Descriptions (ID12.1) Evaluation and narrowing Start: Finish: M8 M11 Checklists/ Questionnaires Start: Finish: M7 M11 D12.1: EURIDICE context model
10 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 WP12 - Implementation plan (Task 123) T122 Align and narrow context model to used Domain knowledge T123 Domain Knowledge Modelling T124 Building Data Models T121 Evaluation & Selection of knowledge sources Define modelling methodology Start: Finish: M8 M13 Existing knowledge formalization Process/ Rules Modelling Start: Finish: M13 M16 Start: Finish: M13 M18 Data Representations Start: Finish: M13 M16 Checklists/ Questionnaires Models review & refinement Start: Finish: M16 M18 Install a modelling tool Start: Finish: M8 M13 Users involvement D12.1: Formalized EURIDICE Domain knowledge ID12.2: EURIDICE Data Models (Draft Version)
11 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 WP12 - Implementation plan (Task 124) T122 Align and narrow context model to used Domain knowledge T123 Domain Knowledge Modelling T124 Building Data Models T121 Evaluation & Selection of knowledge sources EURIDICE domain Modelling (D12.1, ID12.2) Start: Finish: M13 M23 Data Modelling Start: Finish: M18 M22 Models review & refinement Start: Finish: M22 M23 D12.2: EURIDICE Data Models (Final Version)
12 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 Next Actions - Task 12.1 Evaluation & Selection of Knowledge Sources ActionDue DateResponsibility Send Initial list of sources Projects Standards Other 27-Feb-2008 Coordination : SingularLogic Contribution : SingularLogic, VTT, Enicma, Logica, JSI Consolidate and finalize list of sources 29-Feb-2008SingularLogic Creation of template description 14-Mar-2008SingularLogic Appoint domain experts31-Mar-2008All partners
13 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 Next Actions - Task 12.1 Evaluation & Selection of Knowledge Sources (cont) ActionDue DateResponsibility Study of sources/ Descriptions according to template 31-May-2008SingularLogic, VTT, Enicma, Logica, JSI Review from external domain experts - Final descriptions 31-May-2008 Coordination : SingularLogic Consolidation20-Jun-2008SingularLogic Quality Review and finalization27-Jun-2008?
14 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 Communication & Meetings Meetings: Meeting combined with other WPs (mainly in P1 context) Plenary meeting in September: Evaluation methodology (Task 122) Data collection activities for descriptive domain formalization (Task 122) Other Communication means: Conference calls Skype MSN (for application sharing)
15 © EURIDICE Consortium 2008 Contact details +30 210 6267904 +30 6974 037859 email@example.com kkalab
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