SemanticHarmonization

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The Semantic Harmonization cluster is a spinoff from the Semantic Technologies Committee. While its long term goals are to disseminate best practices for harmonizing semantic resources; its current focus is on bringing the SWEET ontology up-to-date while harmonizing it with other commonly used ontologies such as ENVO and working on a semantic harmonization paper. We have started by tackling ENVO to SWEET harmonization via a series of monthly mini-hackathons focusing for the moment on the cryosphere and the terminology work done under the auspices of the World Meteorological Organization's Global Cryosphere Watch program.

News

2019 and 2020

Meeting notes for the monthly ESIP harmonization of SWEET and EnvO are currently available here

There are also monthly meeting notes from the controlled, harmonized cryo vocabulary harmonization working sessions here.

Audio recordings for harmonization sessions available using links available here.



Archive

Activities

  • Working to harmonize cryospheric terms between SWEET and ENVO
  • Working on a paper about best practices for semantic harmonization based in part on the SWEET/ENVO experience as well as a vision and strategy for moving forward. See more on this under the Resources section.

Get Involved

  • Email List: Join here
  • Monthly Meetings: Third Wednesday of the month at 2pm EST
  • Last Meeting: Wed of August 12th 2020.
  • Next Hackathon Meeting: Wed. Oct. 14th 2020 (2-4) EDT
  • Next Harmonization/Foundry Meeting: Wed of Sept 16th (2-3) EDT

These meetings are listed in the ESIP Calendar.

You can join the meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/800617765

You can also dial in using your phone. US: +1 (408) 650-3123

Access Code: 800-617-765

  • Contact Chair: Ruth Duerr, Gary Berg-Cross

Resources