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Australian Resources Online NRM Interoperability in Action Workshop 23-24 May 2006.

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1 Australian Resources Online NRM Interoperability in Action Workshop 23-24 May 2006

2 NRM Interoperability in Action2 Day 2 Agenda TimeActivity 08:45 – 9:00Registration, Tea/Coffee 09:00 – 9:30Plenary: Summary and Program 09:30 – 10:30Plenary: Schema development 10:30 – 11:00Morning Tea 11:00 – 12:30Group Work: Schema development #1 12:30 – 13:30 Lunch 13:30 – 14:30Plenary - Report Back & schedule round #2 14:30 – 16:00Group Work - Schema development #2 16:00 – 17:00Plenary – Reporting back and Consolidation 17:00 WORKSHOP ENDS (Drinks)

3 NRM Interoperability in Action3 Tuesday Summary Use-cases and Scope –User groups –Use-cases for Water, Vegetation, Soils and Invasive Species –Scope in/out (later) table Focus on reporting Abstract Information Modelling –Common Features of Interest Regions of Interest Sampling Features Little on Properties –Open Issues Observation Procedures Temporal & Coverages Feature level metadata Quality and Fit-for-Purpose

4 NRM Interoperability in Action4 Plenary – Schema Development UML Crash Course (Simon Cox)

5 NRM Interoperability in Action5 Morning Tea

6 NRM Interoperability in Action6 Group Work: Schema Development #1 Group Allocations –Members –Scribe/Spokesperson Instructions –Develop UML models (and at least one instance example) for Veg/Water respectively –Paper-based (A4, post-its) –Group facilitators (JmcM: Water, SC: Veg) –Report back after lunch

7 NRM Interoperability in Action7 Group Allocations Group AGroup BGroup C (Water)(Vegetation)(Other) Evert BMatt BDavid J Jonathan DLeo BMilos S David LGeoff DChris A Jake Mc MBelinda AAndrew B Simon C/Jake McMSimon CMaurits vdV

8 NRM Interoperability in Action8 User Groups CodeNameRole in SystemSample Users/ Job Positions GUGeneral User Query and display natural resource information (water & vegetation extent) Novice/Competent/Expert. [Workshop outcome] CCustodian Make NR information available in NRML compliant web service [Workshop outcome] CACustodian Administrat or Moderates publication of services from a custodian perspective. [Workshop outcome] SASystem administrat or for NRML central facilities Manages, moderates and administers NRML Registry (publishing, quality assurance, notification of users, compiling usage and user feedback, management of user profiles) [Workshop outcome]

9 Use-Case Example User NameRoger User GroupUser RoleRegional GIS Officer in State Government Department Skill level (Novice, Competent, Expert) Competent NarrativeRoger has been asked by his local CMA contact (CMA officer) for a map showing salinity and water quality issues in a particular sub-catchment. Using his desktop GIS, he queries the registry to see if one already exists. This is not the case, so he searches for and finds a number of salinity and water quality datasets in that area. He examines the titles, modification dates and data descriptions to choose the most appropriate for his purpose and adds them as layers to his map. When the map is ready, he prints it off and takes it to the CMA staff. Key TasksIndicator Reporting Metadata examination Dataset selection (binding) Create Map (data rendering) Information (Product) Requirements Water Quality & Salinity, catchment level Parameters: Electrical Conductivity Current and historic Metadata Tool(s) usedDesktop GIS Importance (High, Medium, Low) Medium Additional Comments

10 NRM Interoperability in Action10 In your groups: User Groups: –Confirm profiles, and enter sample users/job positions Use-Cases: –Develop at least one for each user group (more for general-users) –Identify key tasks and information product requirements –Indicate importance

11 NRM Interoperability in Action11 Reporting Back Spokesperson reporting back –User group profiles, sample users –Use cases Present Prioritise

12 NRM Interoperability in Action12 LUNCH

13 NRM Interoperability in Action13 Plenary: Methodology and Examples (Simon Cox)

14 NRM Interoperability in Action14 Groupwork: Develop Abstract Information Model Group Allocations –Members –Scribe/Spokesperson Instructions

15 NRM Interoperability in Action15 Group Allocations Group AGroup BGroup C (Water)(Vegetation)(Other) Evert BMatt BDavid J Jonathan DLeo BMilos S David LGeoff DChris A Jake Mc MBelinda AAndrew B Simon C/Jake McMSimon CMaurits vdV

16 NRM Interoperability in Action16 In your groups: Using O&M Vocabulary, develop abstract information model: –lists of stuff: Features of Interest Observed Properties Observation Procedures –Boxes and Arrows? –Use flip charts…

17 NRM Interoperability in Action17 Afternoon Tea

18 NRM Interoperability in Action18 Reporting Back Spokesperson reporting back –Verification against guiding principles, use- cases and scope –Consolidation and Harmonisation of Information Models –Implications for Systems Architecture

19 NRM Interoperability in Action19 Discussion and Close


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