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The meeting of ISO/IEC SC 34/WG3 – the official ISO meeting for the Topic Maps standardization in conjunction with TMRA 2009 – takes place today and on Saturday 14 November 2009. If you like to attend / visit the meeting please contact Lars Marius Garshol or the TMRA organization team.
Start: 9.00 a.m.
|Room Schiller 2||Room Everth||Room Peterhans|
09:00 – 12:30
|Ontopia Code, part 1 Camp
||Hands on TMQL
by: Sven Krosse
|Semantic Mashups with Wandora
by: Aki Kivela
13:30 – 17:00
|Ontopia Code Camp, part 2||Hands on TMCL with Onotoa
||Start: 14.00 h
Improving Microsoft Sharepoint with Topic Maps
This full day event around the Ontopia Open Scource project is powered by Bouvet and the Topic Maps Lab. The registration to the Code Camp is free. Get all information about the Ontopia Code Camp here.
There is a table reserved for the traditional TMRA warm up beer at 7 p.m.. The location is Kleine Träumerei which is located at Münzgasse 7, 04109 Leipzig. In the bar you get drinks and food. Please be aware that the TMRA warm up beer is not included in the conference fees.
All events in the left column of the program take place in the room Schiller 2.
All events in th right column of the program take place in the room Everth+Peterhans.
|09.00||Welcome Note by Lutz Maicher|
|09:15||Sponsors Presentation Session|
Linked Topic Maps
|11:15||Creating Topic Maps Ontologies for Space Experiments
||National Data Standardization: A Place for Topic Maps?
by: Lars Johnsen
|11:45||Onotoa – a Visual Topic Map Schema Editor
||Construction of Authority Information for Personal Names Focused on the Former Japanese Nobility Using Topic Map
|12:00||Temporal Qualification in Topic Maps
||idSpace: Distributed Collaborative Product Innovation
by: Quintin Siebers
|12:15||Development of a Trans-Field Learning System Based on Multidimensional Topic Maps
by: Shu Matsuura
|13:30||Automated Focus Extraction for Question Answering over Topic Maps
||Integrating SAP and SharePoint using Semantic Technology
|13:45||Building and Integrating Competitive Intelligence Reports Using the Topic Map Technology
|14:00||Towards Semantic Search with Topic Maps
||Topic Maps for Association Rule Mining
||topicmapslab.de – a Topic Maps community portal
by: Lutz Maicher
|15:30||Shape not found for NilClass:|
|15:45|| Bumblehood – a Topic Maps Based WYSIWYG Wiki for Travel Guides and Yellow Pages
|16:00||H-Maps: An Efficient Approach for Graphical Visualization and Navigation of Topic Maps and Data Representation in Computational Biology
|16:45||Open Space Session|
|17:45||End of the first conference day|
The social event starts at 8.00 p.m. The location is the restaurant Pilot which is located at Bosestraße 1, 04109 Leipzig. At the social event you get drinks and food. The TMRA social event is included in the conference fees.
|09:00||Subj3ct – A Subject Identity Resolution Service
||Topic Maps for Philological Analysis
|09:30||Multidimensional Topic Maps – A brief introduction to the theoretical foundation of the Topic Grid
by: Thomas Schwotzer
by: Xuân Baldauf
|09:45||Topic Maps Web Service: Case Examples and General Structure
by: Motomu Naito
|10:00||Semantic Integration of Relational Data Sources With Topic Maps
||How to Model Names in Topic Maps? – Pitfalls and Guidelines
|11:00||JRuby Topic Maps
by: Sven Krosse
Towards Topic Map-based e-Learning Environments
CouchDB and Topic Maps
Implementing TMQL for Teaching: The straightforward approach with emphasis on understandability and modularity
|12:00||Networked Planet Web3 Platform
|13:30||Open Space Session|
Best Topic Maps Contest
|14:30||Maiana – a social Topic Maps browser
|14:45||presentation of the best topic maps|
TMRA 2009 sum-up
by: Steve Newcomb
|16:15||Some impressions from the Ontopia code camp by Geir Ove Grønmo and Lars Marius Garshol|
|16:25||Closing note by Lutz Maicher|
|16:30||End of the conference|
The meeting of ISO/IEC SC 34/WG3 – the official ISO meeting for the Topic Maps standardization in conjunction with TMRA 2009 – takes place today and on Tuesday 10 November 2009. If you like to attend / visit the meeting please contact Lars Marius Garshol or the TMRA organization team.
Start: 9.00 a.m.
Fifth International Conference on
Topic Maps Research and Applications