[sc34wg3] CTM: Modifier in a parenthesis

Steve Pepper pepper at ontopia.net
Sat Aug 12 08:31:19 EDT 2006

Dear Lee Jaeho


Thank you for these comments. You are welcome to give a short presentation
this morning, but I suspect that most of the discussion of your ideas may
have to take place on the mailing list.


Your comment that there is no need for association templates would seem to
indicate that you question some of the fundamental premises of the current
draft. You are, of course, more than welcome to do this. However, our focus
at this meeting has to be on getting guidance for the Editors from the
Working Group on the many issues that were identified before the meeting;
otherwise the process will not be as productive as we wish it to be.


Please be ready at 9.00 to give a short introduction.


Kamsa hamnida.



Steve Pepper

Convenor SC34/WG3




From: Jaeho Lee [mailto:jaeho at uos.ac.kr] 
Sent: 12 August 2006 13:20
To: pepper at ontopia.net; 'Discussion of ISO/IEC 13250 Topic Maps'
Subject: [sc34wg3] CTM: Modifier in a parenthesis



I used your introduction slides to illustrate my idea of putting modifiers
(scope, type, reifier, etc) in a parenthesis.

Please take a look at the attached file to see the use cases,

I would like to make a short presentation in the morning to explain the

Each slide has basically your notation and mine compared. 

Some symbols to denote super class, types, scope, reifier may change, but
you will get the basic idea with the use cases.

See you at the meeting.



 Jaeho Lee

 Email:    jaeho at ece.uos.ac.kr

 Phone:    +82-2-2210-2629

 Fax:      +82-2-2249-6802

 Cellular: +82-11-9010-2629

 Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, 

 The University of Seoul

 90 Cheonnong-dong, Tongdaemun-gu, 

 Seoul 130-743, Korea



From: sc34wg3-bounces at isotopicmaps.org
[mailto:sc34wg3-bounces at isotopicmaps.org] On Behalf Of Steve Pepper
Sent: Friday, August 11, 2006 2:10 PM
To: 'Discussion of ISO/IEC 13250 Topic Maps'
Subject: [sc34wg3] Introduction to CTM


I have prepared slides for tomorrow's WG3 meeting with an introduction to
CTM and a list of issues. It is available at


It will be updated with decisions taken during the meeting and submitted to
the SC34 document repository next week. In the meantime, it might serve as a
useful introduction to the current draft both for those attending the
meeting and those who cannot attend.



Steve Pepper, Ontopian


Convenor, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC34/WG3

Coordinator, W3C RDF/TM Task Force


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