ONISTT Demo: Ontologies/Knowledge Bases, Analyzer, GUI
|Reg Ford||ICS (CSL)|
|Daniel Elenius||ICS (CSL)|
Notice: the second of two related seminars
Date: Friday February 23, 2007 at 15:30
Location: EL306 (Directions)
Note: this is the second of two related seminars. The first will take place on Friday, Feb. 16, same time and place.
This presentation gives a demo and explanatory presentation of recent work of SRIs Open Netcentric Standards for Training and Testing (ONISTT) project.
Introduction to the ONISTT ontologies (purposes, resources, capabilities, assignments, etc). Demonstration of the Analyzer generating thumbs up, thumbs down, and thumbs sideways on several confederations proposed to perform specific training missions. The ONISTT GUI (plugin to Protege). Some peeks at whats under the hood. Some design decisions. Assessment of tools.
ONISTT is a cross-divisional project at SRI with the following participants: ESD team: Dave Hanz, Dennis Holeman, Jonathan Solnit, Mark Johnson, Reg Ford, Vicky Lamar ICS team: Daniel Elenius, David Martin, Grit Denker, Guizhen Yang, Rukman Senanayake
For additional information about ONISTT, please contact David.Hanz@sri.com.
Please arrive at least 10 minutes early in order to sign in and be escorted to the conference room. SRI is located at 333 Ravenswood Avenue in Menlo Park. Visitors may park in the visitors lot in front of Building E, and should follow the instructions by the lobby phone to be escorted to the meeting room. Detailed directions to SRI, as well as maps, are available from the Visiting AIC web page.