Re: [unrev-II] Scholastic Ontology

From: Jack Park (
Date: Wed Nov 08 2000 - 09:26:55 PST

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    The early bird... <correction>open hypertext system --> open hypermedia
    One of the papers from the 'Papers' web site leads to which is a study of combining
    object-oriented design to hypermedia systems. That page leads to the Xerox PARC open
    implementation home page -- material we should all pay attention to. BTW
    that page points to yet another discipline: Aspect Oriented Programming.
    I'm not kidding, we're gonna have to read that too!

    Now, I could hold this back for more stuff, but it's time to see what others
    find ;-)

    From: Jack Park <>

    > But wait! There's more. Tracing references in the paper noted below, I
    > stumbled on this url:
    > a list of position papers from a conference titled OHS-HT97 -- OHS stands
    > for Open Hypertext Systems. One paper on that page is titled:
    > "Collaboration via OHS: A Scenario"
    > There's lots of other papers with similarly interesting titles.
    > Enjoy!
    > From: Jack Park <>
    > >
    > > <>
    > >
    > > This URL was sent to me by Bernard Vatant. I have been following the
    > > of Enrico Motta for a long time, but not close enough. This one snuck
    > > (sneeked?) up on me.
    > >
    > > The paper "ScholOnto: An Ontology-Based Digital Library Server for
    > Research
    > > Documents and Discourse" (available as a pdf) strikes me as a very worth
    > > read.
    > >
    > > from the abstract:
    > > "...This paper describes the design rationale and implementation of
    > > ScholOnto, an ontology-based digital library server to support scholarly
    > > interpretation and discourse. It enables researchers to describe and
    > debate
    > > via a semantic network the contributions a document makes, and its
    > > relationship to the literature...."
    > >
    > > Appears to take on IBIS in an expanded fashion.
    > > Reading deeper into it, I begin to see room for Pointrel in an
    > > implementation.

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