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Friday 12 September

Conference program

09.00   Welcome, Agnes Landstad, General Manager, Vestlandsforsking

09.20   Oil related activities in Sogn og Fjordane, Liv Bodil Baug, NHO Sogn og Fjordane,

09.40   ISO 15926 – RDF/OWL

A short exposition of the logical bases for ISO 15926 and RDF/OWL in view of the implementation of ISO 15926 in OWL

Terje Aaberge, Vestlandsforsking

10.20   Short introduction to RDF/OWL

Robert Engels, ESIS/Vestlandsforsking

10.50   Development and operation of Gjøa, Kjell Ola Jørgensen, GDF SUEZ

11.20   Coffee break

11.30      Implementations of ISO 15926

I think OWL (and XML in general) is good for exchange, I am not convinced it is the best environment for reasoning for the large regular data sets we tend to have in the Oil and Gas Industry. I suspect that SQL and Category Theoretic approaches to logic may be more productive and give better performance. That is not to say that traditional Description Logic tools do not have their place, but one needs to understand what that is. This means we need to start by looking at the sorts of reasoning we want to be able to do (use cases) and look at how this would be done with different approaches.

Mattew West, Information Logic

12.00   Lunch

13.00 An overview of ISO 15926 representation and operation

·        The parts of the standard: Parts 2, 4 ++, 7

·        Reference Data Library/Libraries

·        Maintenance Agency

·        The Sakhalin scenario

Tore Christiansen, DNV

13.50   How to use Wiki to collaborate on ISO 15926/semantic tools/ontology development

·        What is Wiki and how I use Wiki

·        How DNV applies the POSC Caesar Trac Wiki in the IDS project

Martin Skjæveland, DNV

14.50   Coffee break

15.10   How DNV applies logic in processing of ISO 15926 semantic data

·        ISO 15926: Its parts, from a formal logical perspective (Parts 2, 4, 7 are different languages)

Johan Wilhelm Klüwer, DNV

16.10   Coffee break

16.30   Semantic technology and 15926: Outline of an Introductory Course

An introductory course in semantic technology and 15926 is currently being developed by the POSC Caesar Association (PCA). In order to be flexible with respect to length and intended audience, the course will consist of several, more or less independent, modules. We present a brief outline of the course, its contents, purpose, and intended use.

Henrik Forsell, PCA

16.40        Summing up

Thore Langeland, OLF

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