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Moving Forward with Semantics for Earth Science Data. Wed. Dec. 12, 2012 12:00 Eastern Time. Slide 1. Tutorials and Next Steps. This last session in the Earth Science mini-series discusses building blocks for EarthCube and then presents tutorials on ontologies and GeoSPARQL .

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moving forward with semantics for earth science data

Moving Forward with Semantics for Earth Science Data

Wed. Dec. 12, 2012

12:00 Eastern Time

Slide 1

tutorials and next steps
Tutorials and Next Steps

This last session in the Earth Science mini-series

discusses building blocks for EarthCube and then

presents tutorials on ontologies and GeoSPARQL.

At the end, the series is summarized with some

discussion on next steps in working toward semantics

for Earth Science data.

Slide 2

outline
Outline
  • Krishna Sinha, Building blocks for EarthCube, ~15 min.
  • Nancy Wiegand, short transition talk, looking at the Architecture diagram, ~10 min.
  • Leo Obrst, tutorial on ontologies, ~30 min.
  • Dave Kolas, tutorial on GeoSPARQL, ~30 min.
  • Krishna Sinha and Leo Obrst, wrap-up
  • Moderators: Mike Dean and Nancy Wiegand

Slide 3