Semantic Enterprise Course Material

Semantic Web Course Home, Semantic Web Reading/References, Course Material, Students

The course will be conducted as follows:

  • A series of lectures by the instructor and TAs
  • Seminar style discussions of research papers and commercial technologies
  • Students' presentation on a scientific method, technologies and tools relevant to the Semantic Web
  • Students' Final Project requiring working prototypes.

Practically all material discussed/presented will be available here as the course progresses.
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Sample Project Reports: http://lsdis.cs.uga.edu/SemWebCourse/proj.htm, http://www.cs.uga.edu/~Eyeluri/SemEnt/Rho%20Operator.doc, http://webster.cs.uga.edu/~mulye/SemEnt/speedrOld.html

Reading Assignments and Instructor's presentations

Class

Due Date

Review material from previous Semantic Web course and Semantic Enterprise Course

Week 1

8/24

Review the terms, Semantic Web Roadmap Berners-Lee, The Semantic Web Scientific American paper Berners-Lee et.al., Changing Focus on Interoperability in Information Systems: From System, Syntax, Structure to Semantics Amit P. Sheth, As we may think, Vanovar Bush, sigsemis.org bulletin interviews

 

8/25

Make your course home page Student Page Template and email the link to mperry@cs.uga.edu, Fabien Gandon's Ontology Presentation http://www.kie.ae.poznan.pl/~tomek/didactics/KM/materialy/OntologyInANutshell.ppt

 

8/26

Ontology Development 101 presentation (Natalya F. Noy and Deborah L. McGuinness)

Week 2 8/31 Ontologies for molecular biology and bioinformatics, RDF resources: rdf primer, rdf presentation, rdf syntax specification, rdf schema (rdfs) specification
  9/1 Sign up for a paper to present List of papers, RDQL resources: Jena RDQL tutorial, another RDQL tutorial, Queries from Class, Data from class

 

9/2

Semantic and Schematic Similarities between Database Objects: A   Context-based approach Kashyap, Sheth, A Comparison of RDF query languages. P. Haase, et. al.

Week 3

9/7

An Introduction to Description Logics

 

9/8

Basic Description Logics

 

9/9

 Decide on groups and projects

Week4

9/14

 Student Paper Presentations (Willie Milnor, Meena Nagarajan) Ontology Design Assignment ,

OWL Web Ontology Language Overview

 

9/15

 Student Paper Presentations (Nicole Oldham)

 

9/16

 Student Paper Presentations (Maciej Janik, Debdatta Chatterjee)

Week 5

9/21

 Student Paper Presentations (Conrad Ibanez, Scott Patterson)

 

9/22

 Student Paper Presentations (Ravi Pavagada)

  9/23  Student Paper Presentations (Ed Purvee, Samir Tartir)
Week 6 9/28  Student Paper Presentations, Project Formal Proposal due (David Hooge, Bilal Gonen)
  9/29  Student Paper Presentations (Joe Hassell)
  9/30  Semantic Interoperability and Integration Conference materials (not required): http://www.dagstuhl.de/04391/Materials/
Week 7 10/5  
  10/6  
  10/7  
Week 8 10/12  Midpoint, Project Deliverables due, Midterm Exam
  10/13  
  10/14  Student Topic Presentations (Nicole) Schema Matching Presentation  Presentation Topics List
  10/15  Withdrawal Deadline
Week 9 10/19 http://www.ida.liu.se/~asmpa/courses/sweb/rdf/rdf_tutorial.pdf, http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2001/01/24/rdf.html, Post project deliverables to website
  10/20  
  10/21  
Week 10 10/26  Student Topic Presentations (Meena)
  10/27  Student Topic Presentations (Maciej)
  10/28  Fall Break
Week 11 11/2  Student Topic Presentations (Conrad)
  11/3  Discuss Midterm
  11/4  Student Topic Presentations (Scott)
Week 12 11/9  Student Topic Presentations (Scott / Debdatta)
  11/10  Student Topic Presentations (Debdatta)
  11/11  Student Topic Presentations (David)
Week 14 11/16  Student Topic Presentations (Willie)
  11/17  Student Topic Presentations (Jed)
  11/18  Student Topic Presentations (Ravi)
Week 15 11/23  Student Topic Presentations (Bilal)
  11/24  Thanksgiving Break
  11/25  Thanksgiving Break
Week 16 11/30  Student Topic Presentations (Ed)
  12/1  Student Topic Presentations (Samir)
  12/2  Project Presentations
Week 17 12/7  No Class ... Friday Schedule
  12/8  Project Presentations
Last Day 12/9  Project Presentations
Final Exam Day  ??  Project live demos
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

Student Technology Presentations

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