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Category:   E-Conf
Subject:   Ontology for the Intelligence Community, 2007: Nov. 28-29, Columbia, MD
Email:   lobrst_(on)_mitre.org
Date received:   19 Oct 2007
Deadline:   01 Nov 2007
Start date:   28 Nov 2007

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION ONTOLOGY FOR THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY: November 28-29, 2007 - Hilton Hotel, COLUMBIA, MD November 30, 2007: special session (see below) EARLY REGISTRATION IS ENCOURAGED AS SPACE IS LIMITED. EARLY-BIRD RATES END ON NOVEMBER 1. Registration will include a copy of the proceedings of the conference. The meeting will commence with registration at 8.30pm on Wednesday, November 28, and conclude at 4pm on Thursday, November 29. Further details, including the complete program, are available at http://ncor.us/oic2007 PRESENTATIONS WILL INCLUDE: INVITED TALKS Todd Hughes (DARPA): Toward a Data Integration and Exploitation System that Learns Werner Ceusters (NCOR, Buffalo): How to Keep Track of Absolutely Everything Steven Robertshaw (Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, UK): Ontology vs. Ontologies - The Intelligence Community Needs to Embrace Both David C. Roberts (Chief Technology Officer and Chief Data Architect, CIA): Intelligence and the Semantic Imperative SUBMITTED TALKS Brian Ulicny, et al. Uses of Ontologies in Open-Source Blog Mining Elisa F. Kendall, et al. Policies for Public Domain Ontologies for the Intelligence Community Richard Lee, The Use of Ontologies to Support Intelligence Analysis Chumki Basu, et al. Creating a Geospatial and Visual Information Ontology for Analysts Terry Janssen, et al. A Multi-INT Geospatial and Temporal Semantic Reasoning Framework for Intelligence Analysis Support David Silberberg, et al. Achieving Ontology-Assisted Query of Graph Databases Eric Little and Kathryn B. Laskey, Ontologies and Probabilities: Working Together for Effective Multi-INT Fusion S. Stoutenburg, et al. Ontologies for Rapid Integration of Heterogeneous Data for Command, Control, and Intelligence Troy Self, et al. Ontology-Driven Imagery Analysis Michael N. Huhns and Marco G. Valtorta, Ontological Support for Bayesian Evidence Management James Ressler and Mike Dean, Geospatial Ontology Trade Study Rick Hayes-Roth and Curtis Blais, A Pragmatic Foundation for Defining a Rich Semantic Model of Track Andrew Shilliday, et al. Toward Automated Provability-Based Semantic Interoperability between Ontologies for the Intelligence Community CONCLUDING PANEL DISCUSSION: OWL: Why, and Why Not? Panelists: Bill Andersen (Ontology Works) Mike Dean (BBN Technologies) Leo Obrst (The MITRE Corporation) Barry Smith (NCOR, Buffalo) Chris Welty (IBM Watson Research Center) The complete program and registration details are now available on the OIC website at: http://ncor.us/oic2007 ==================== OIC-2007 Special Classified Session (Day Three) An associated classified event, open to those holding TS/SCI Clearances, will take place on November 30, 2007 at the Lockheed Martin SCIF in Hanover, MD. For details, including registration procedure, please see: http://www.mitre.org/register/oic/ OIC-2007/Classified Chairs: Leo Obrst (The MITRE Corporation), Terry Janssen (Lockheed Martin), Kevin Lynch (CIA) Hosted by Lockheed Martin, The MITRE Corporation _____________________________________________ Dr. Leo Obrst The MITRE Corporation, Information Semantics lobrst_(on)_mitre.org Information Discovery & Understanding, Command and Control Center Voice: 703-983-6770 7515 Colshire Drive, M/S H305 Fax: 703-983-1379 McLean, VA 22102-7508, USA _______________________________________________ Elsnet-list mailing list Elsnet-list_(on)_elsnet.org http://mailman.elsnet.org/mailman/listinfo/elsnet-list

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