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1 2015 Ontology Summit & Symposium Internet of Things: Toward Smart Networked Systems & Societies Draft 1.1 V1.11

2 Theme Emergence of Internet of Things – IoT devices are expected to be in the billion range by 2020 Increasing popularity of social networks Smart Networked Systems and Societies (SNSS) or Internet of Everything (IoE) = Internet of Things + Social Networks Ontologies can play a significant role in the realization of SNSS Identify “contributor” communities V1.12

3 Potential Tracks Track 1: Vision of IoE Ontology Integration Track 2: Beyond Semantic Sensor Network Ontologies to Multimodal ontologies Track 3: Big Data and Ontologies (see Ontology Summit 2014) Track 4a: Supporting Development of Domain-specific IoE Ontologies Track 4b: From IoE Data Models to IoE Ontologies: SDLC Challenges Track 5: Decision Making in Different Domains Track 6: Related Standards and Synergies for Developing IoE Ontologies Track 7: Case Studies in Healthcare, manufacturing, disaster resilience Track 8: Industry-Government Panel on Research Funding Track 9: SNSS – Smart Networked Sys Societies(*proposed) V1.13

4 Cross-Track Suggestions Short suggestions to help shape session coverage, manage scope concerns Identify artifacts associated with topic Historical treatment (connect to past Ontolog work, academic work, abandoned products) Minority reports “Framework-oriented” standard for presenting case studies or use cases What visualizations / artifacts as leave-behinds for the workshop V1.14

5 Track 1: Vision of IoE Integration Motivation for IoE Examples Ontological issues V1.15

6 Track 2: Beyond Semantic Sensor Network Ontologies to Multimodal ontologies Current state of the art in sensor network ontologies Case studies of multimodal ontologies in IoE Current work in integrating multimodal ontologies Platform-driven issues in multimodal ontologies V1.16

7 Track 3: Big Data and Ontologies Review of last year’s summit New progress Emerging problems, domains (Variety) Any success stories/case studies Recent s/w developments (e.g., Spark) Less-popular V issues: – Visualization, Validity, Veracity, Value V1.17

8 Track 4a: Supporting Development of Domain-specific IoE Ontologies Specifications for needed tools Current tools for developing domain specific ontologies Extensions required for above tools DSL ODSL V1.18

9 Track 4b: From IoE Data Models to IoE Ontologies: SDLC Challenges How SDLC for ontology development is different from current SDLC Can current data model be utilized for building IoE ontologies Are there tools for validating ontologies Role of software-defined networks, software- defined storage Impact on software design patterns, e.g., onto copy, paste, clone Onto role in software V&V V1.19

10 Track 5: Decision Making in Different Domains Onto support for IoE business intelligence Impact on data science, mining work Big Data, cloud analytics support for IoE Ontology role for privacy/security decision- making Clinical Support Decision Systems Use Case Tolerance for errors, interactive refinement, multiple approaches Issues around real time (Big Data Velocity) V1.110

11 Track 6: Related Standards and Synergies for Developing IoE Ontologies Current state of the art New techniques, such as category theory Supporting new standards development for IoE ontologies Impact of REST APIs, federated systems, cloud- cloud V1.111

12 Track 7: Case Studies in Healthcare, manufacturing, disaster resilience Manufacturing Case Study Health Care Case Study Disaster Resilience Case Study Smart City Case Study (IEEE?, parking) Real time (any onto-rich domain) V1.112

13 Track 8: Industry-Government Panel on Research Funding NSF DARPA NIST HHS Etc…. V1.113

14 Track 9: SNSS Smart Networked Systems Societies New roles for ontologies Analytics, aggregation, commercialization of SNSS data Emerging research areas Privacy, security V1.114

15 Ontology Summit 2015 Symposium Overview Virtual Symposium + 2 Day Workshop at NCO_NITRD (Arlington, Virginia) Virtual symposium: Every Thursday from 12:30pm2:30pm EST (9:30am11:30am PST), will start on … Dates for physical workshop are …. All talks were recorded and available on the Ontolog forum Summit results summarized and a communiqué was published (see website for previous reports) URL: V1.115


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