Presentation on theme: "Welcome to W3C RIF F2F4 4-5 November 06 – Athens, GA."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to W3C RIF F2F4 4-5 November 06 – Athens, GA
Objectives Roadmap towards 1st WD of Technical Spec –Agree on minimum requirements (on content) to consider publication (have Editor's draft done) –Draft and agree on (or, at least, agree on and set up process and schedule to draft and agree on) said minimum content. Prepare 3rd WD of UCR –Complete the analysis of the UC –Complete the reqs for phase 1 Progress on RIFRAF –1st version of OWL ontology of RIFRAF
Agenda 4 November 9-10 Review requirementsrequirements 10-10:30 Break 10:30-11:30 Tech spec –review test casestest cases –discuss different proposals 11:30-12 Use Cases & RIF-RAF 12-1 Lunch 1-3 Break-out sessions: Use Cases | Tech Design 3-3:30 Break 3:30-5:00 Break-out sessions: RIF-RAF | Tech Design 5-6 Wrapup
Work items for breakout sessions UCR –Propose a final version of the text for each of the UC, including requirements analysis –Propose text for section on RIF benefits –Propose text for section on RIF processing models –Propose a final list of the phase 1 requirements coming from the UC as well as of the non-functional requirements, including requirement labelling (UCx, charter, non-fctl) and extended text for each requirement –Propose a resolution on issues 5 7 225722 –Propose how to deal with issue 12 RIFRAF –Propose an OWL representation which helps us understand and prioritize requirements for RIF features –Propose a plan for finalizing the OWL version, translating and processing the completed questionnaires –Propose a plan for the 1st WD of the RIFRAF document Tech Spec (to be discussed) –Propose solution to interchange of vocabularies and identifiers (mapping to/from URI, curies,...) –Analyse approaches to RDF triple mapping –Datatypes and Operators
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