Ontopia Code Camp

Program for TMRA 2010

Get the PDF version of the program here.

SC 34/WG 3 Meeting – 27 and 28 September 2010

The meeting of ISO/IEC SC 34/WG3 – the official ISO meeting for the Topic Maps standardization in conjunction with TMRA 2010 – takes place on Monday 27 September 2010 and on Tuesday 28 September 2010. If you like to attend / visit the meeting please contact the convenor Patrick Durusau or the TMRA organization team. You will find the draft agenda for the meeting here. Generally the meeting is open to all interested parties.

Venue: Room Everth, Media Campus Villa Ida, Poetenweg 28, D-04155 Leipzig, Germany
Start: 9.00 a.m.

Wednesday 29 September 2010 – tutorial day of TMRA 2010

The tutorials provide you hands-on exercises on different technologies in the Topic Maps ecosystem.

TMRA 2010 Warm up beer

There is a table reserved for the traditional TMRA warm up beer at 7 p.m. The location is Morrison’s which is located at Ritterstraße 38-40, 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.

Thursday 30 September 2010 – 1st conference day of TMRA 2010

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
09:30 Keynote
Information visualisation and visual analytics – a case for Topic Maps?
by Gerik Scheuermann


10:15 COFFEE BREAK
Topic Maps Frontends
Session chair: Robert Cerny
Practical Topic Maps Research
Session chair: Rani Pinchuk
11:00 AToM2 – a ”web database” with Topic Maps roots
by Pavel Gardavský


Modeling Units of Measurement
by Xuân Baldauf


11:20 Putting Topic Maps to REST
by David Damen, Maria Patriksson


Ontopia Modularisation with Maven
by Quintin Siebers, Pieter Brandwijk


11:45 Generating an Ontology Specific Editor
by Hannes Niederhausen, Sven Windisch, Lutz Maicher


Subject Headings make information to be topic maps
by Motomu Naito


12:10 Designing a GUI Description Language with Topic Maps
by Lukas Georgieff


Inquiry Optimization Technique for a Topic Map Database
by Yuuki Kuribara, Masaomi Kimura


12:30 LUNCH BREAK
Information wants to be a topic map
Session chair: Steven R. Newcomb
13:30 DeepaMehta 3 – Information wants to be put in formation
by Malte Reißig


13:50 Maiana – The social Topic Maps explorer
by Uta Schulze, Lutz Maicher


14:15 Networked Planet Web3 Platform
by Graham Moore, Kal Ahmed


14:40 Topic Maps for improved access to and use of content in relational databases – a case study on the descriptive variety lists of Germany’s Bundessortenamt
by Gerhard Weber, Ralf Eilbracht, Stefan Kesberg


15:00 COFFEE BREAK
Optimizing Data Access
Session chair: Geir Ove Grønmo
Investigating Ontology Structures
Session chair: Arnim Bleier
15:30 Spatial Identification of Subjects
by Sven Krosse


External Schema for Topic Map Database
by Keita Nabeta, Yuuki Kuribara, Masaomi Kimura, Takashi Kojima, Takashi Yamazaki


15:50 Introducing the tm2jdbc Topic Maps Engine
by Johannes Payr


Evaluation of Instances Asset in a Topic Maps-Based Ontology
by Petra Haluzová


16:15 Defining Domain-Specific Facets for Topic Maps With TMQL Path Expressions
by Sven Windisch, Lutz Maicher


Topic Maps Graph Visualization & Suggested GTM
by Jelle Pelfrene, Rani Pinchuk


16:35 REFRESHMENT
16:45 Open Space Session moderated by Lars Marius Garshol
17:45 End of the first conference day
19:00 SOCIAL EVENT


Friday 1 October 2010 – 2nd conference day of TMRA 2010

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.

Semantic Integration
Session chair: Benjamin Bock
Theoretical Topic Maps Research
Session chair: Lutz Maicher
9:00 A new approach to semantic integration
by Lars Marius Garshol


Topic Merge Scenarios for Knowledge Federation
by Jack Park


9:20 Live Integration Framework
by Christian Haß, Sven Krosse


Et Tu, Brute? Topic Maps and Discourse Semantics
by Lars Johnsen


9:45 1st Topic Maps Elevator Pitch Contest at TMRA 2010
10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00 Poster Session
Session chair: Alexander Sigel

Poster: Scaling Biomedical Topic Maps to Billions of Associations: How to Cope With Terabytes of Data?
by Benedikt Wachinger, Volker Stümpflen


Poster: Use of the Wii Remote for Interaction in a Topic Map-Based Learning Web Site
by Shu Matsuura


Poster: A generic Topic Maps viewer for the iPhone
by Jan Schreiber


Topic Maps on the web
Session chair: Sven Windisch
Topic Maps in the industry
Session chair: Gerhard Weber
11:30 Ontopia/Liferay Integration
by Lars Marius Garshol, Matthias Fischer


Knowledge of pharmaceutical developments using H-Maps
by Steffen Hüttner, Hans Wiech


11:50 A PHP library for Ontopia-CMS Integration
by Tomáš Kliegr, Jakub Balhar, Andrej Hazucha


Automatic semantic interpretation of unstructured data for knowledge management
by Jörg Wurzer


12:10 JavaScript Topic Maps in server environments
by Jan Schreiber


12:30 LUNCH BREAK
Scalability and Merging
Session chair: Jan Schreiber
Topic Maps in the industry 2
Session chair: Jörg Wurzer
13:30 A Merging Java Topic Maps Engine
by Sven Krosse


Topic Maps for subject-centric publishing from document-centric content management systems – a case study on a website of a regional cluster of companies
by Gerhard Weber, Ralf Eilbracht, Stefan Kesberg


13:50 Hatana – Virtual Topic Map Merging
by Uta Schulze


Modelling IMS QTI with Topic Maps
by Reidar Bratsberg, Jan Schreiber, Terje Oksum Syversen


14:15 Open Space Session moderated by Lars Marius Garshol
15:00 COFFEE BREAK
15:30 Panel Discussion
Customer experiences – Making them love Topic Maps

moderated by Benjamin Bock

Lars Marius Garshol, Bouvet , Norway
Alexander Sigel, Researcher , Germany
Steven R. Newcomb, Coolhead Consulting , USA
Lutz Maicher, Topic Maps Lab at the University of Leipzig , Germany
Reidar Bratsberg, Ravn , Norway

16.00 AWARD ceremony for the Topic Maps Elevator Pitch Contest
16:10 End of the second conference day