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[protege-discussion] Call for tutorial and workshop proposals at the 11th International Protege Conference
awalisco at hotmail.com
Fri Mar 13 03:38:25 PDT 2009
Many thanks Jonathan
Date: Fri, 13 Mar 2009 10:00:06 +0000
From: jonathan.carter at e-asolutions.com
To: protege-discussion at lists.stanford.edu
Subject: Re: [protege-discussion] Call for tutorial and workshop proposals at the 11th International Protege Conference
>From a users' point of view, there's not a radical difference. All my Protege 3.3.1 projects opened fine in Protege 3.4 RC1. The only thing I had to do was to go into the Preferences and turn off the option to 'Sort class tree (Classes Tab)' as my class hierarchy is not ordered alphabetically.
I do know that a large number of things have changed 'under the covers'. One thing I did find was that Protege 3.3.1 projects that were using the database backend cannot be opened correctly by Protege 3.4 but they can be ported by converting the database project back to PINS and PONT files, opening this in Protege 3.4 and re-converting it back to database. The database storage for the knowledge base has been re-implemented in Protege 3.4. I also understand that the Changes Tab with Collaborative Protege has been worked on a lot but I haven't tested any compatibility between 3.3.1 version change histories and 3.4.
Hope this helps
Jonathan Carter - Head of Technical Architecture
Enterprise Architecture Solutions Ltd
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Quoting awatif Mubarak <awalisco at hotmail.com>:
> Hello Colleagues,
> I have a question please, Is there any difference between Protege
> 3.3.1 and Protege 3.4 beta.
> Much Obliged.
> Kind Regards,
>> To: protege-discussion at lists.stanford.edu
>> From: swt at stanford.edu
>> Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2009 11:37:54 -0800
>> Subject: [protege-discussion] Call for tutorial and workshop
>> proposals at the 11th International Protege Conference
>> Apologies for multiple postings
>> This is a reminder that the deadline for submitting Tutorial and
>> Workshop proposals for the the 11th International Protege Conference
>> is March 2, 2009.
>> The 11th International Protege Conference will be held June 23-26,
>> 2009 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
>> We invite proposals for workshops, to be held on the first day of the
>> conference, June 23, 2009. We expect workshops will be half-day
>> events. The purpose of the workshops are to provide an informal
>> setting for participants to discuss technical issues and to exchange
>> research ideas. We expect that most of the workshops will be
>> interactive events, centering on discussions rather than
>> presentations. We strongly advise having more than one organizer,
>> bringing different perspectives to the workshop topic. We also
>> encourage submitters to contact us before the deadline if there is any
>> concern about overlap with other similar workshop topics. Workshop
>> attendees must pay the conference registration fee.
>> For details of workshop submission, please see
>> We invite proposals for tutorials, to be held on the first day of the
>> conference, June 23, 2009. We encourage submitters to contact us before
>> the deadline if there are any concerns about overlap with other
>> similar tutorial topics.
>> For details of tutorial submission, please see
>> The Protege conference is a forum to discuss ontology development and
>> management, applications using ontologies, common problems and
>> solutions. The conference is also an opportunity for Protege users to
>> meet the Protege team, and to learn about our current activities and
>> The conference will include one day of tutorials and small focused
>> workshops on June 23 and two and a half days of the main
>> conference. The main program will include presentations, a poster
>> session, and a demo session. Thus, we would like to solicit your
>> contributions for all the events at the conference. You can find the
>> detailed calls for contributions at the conference Web site:
>> http://protege.stanford.edu/conference/2009/. There will be a review
>> process for abstracts and the number of presentations will be limited.
>> All events at the conference will address the following topics (the
>> list is not exhaustive):
>> - ontology development
>> - frames vs description logic
>> - standard terminologies
>> - biomedical applications
>> - other innovative applications
>> - interoperability between different formats
>> - plug-in development
>> - visualization tools
>> - project management
>> - ontology tools
>> - reasoning and inference
>> - collaboration tools
>> - ontology repository
>> The deadlines for submissions are as follows:
>> Tutorials and Workshop (no more than 2 pages): March 2, 2009
>> Presentations/Posters/Demos (no more than 3 pages): April 6, 2009
>> (For details, please see http://protege.stanford.edu/conference/2009/)
>> If you have questions, you can contact the organizers by email at
>> protege-conf-organizers at lists.stanford.edu
>> We look forward to your contributions and to seeing as many of you as
>> possible in June 2009!
>> The Protege Team
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