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Title: Federal Enterprise Architecture Data Reference Model Taxonomies and Ontologies


1
Federal Enterprise Architecture Data Reference
Model Taxonomies and Ontologies
  • Presentation to the
  • Ontology and Taxonomy Coordinating Work Group
    Meeting, October 5, 2005
  • Brand Niemann, SICoP Chair

2
Overview
  • 1. The Need
  • 2. The FEA DRM Version 1.5
  • 3. The DRM Implementation Through Iteration and
    Testing (IT2) Strategy
  • 4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot

3
1. The Need
  • The requirements of the E-Gov Act of 2002 come
    due on December 17, 2005.
  • http//www.cio.gov/documents/ICGI.html
  • The Federal Enterprise Architecture Data
    Reference Model Version 1.5 addresses Section
    207d of the E-Gov Act of 2002 (see next slide).
  • The GSA and OMB Request for Information on
    Efficient and Effective Information Retrieval and
    Sharing is to aid in the review of the
    ICGI-related recommendations on information
    categorization and interoperability.
  • The ICGI was the Interagency Committee on
    Government Information.
  • http//www.cio.gov/documents/ICGI.html

4
1. The Need
Michael C. Daconta, The FEA Data Reference Model
Status Update After the Storm(ing), September
19, 2005, Enterprise Architecture Conference
Keynote.
5
1. The Need
  • The Emerging Technology Component Break Through
    Performance Life Cycle of Vivisimo.Com
  • A product of Phases I and II of the National
    Science Foundations SBIR (Small Business
    Innovation Research Program).
  • A product of the Phase III SBIR from Innovation
    Works Associated with the NASVF (National
    Association of Seed and Venture Funds).
  • Highly Recommendation by the NSF SBIR Program
    Manager for Our October 20th First Quarterly
    Conference.
  • An Outstanding Presentation and Answers to
    Questions.
  • Sets the Standard for Break Through Performance
    for eGov
  • Sustainable Business Model/Profitable (Vivisimo
    well over 1 million/year within two years).
  • Open Standards/Interoperable/Reusable (e.g. works
    with FirstGov and supports eGov Act of 2002 need
    for categorization of government information!)
  • Product Commercialization and Procurement
    (Available through GSA Schedule-SBIR Phase II).
  • Publicity (e.g. Washington Post Express, January
    6, 2004, Googles to Come.)
  • FirstGov.gov to Partner with Vivisimo, MSN to
    Build Next-Generation Search Portal (September
    23, 2005).

6
1. The Need
7
2. The FEA DRM Version 1.5
  • Deliverables
  • DRM Version 1.5
  • Chapter Overview (Michael Daconta)
  • Chapter Categorization/Context (Jim Feagans)
  • Chapter Sharing (Bryan Aucoin)
  • Chapter Description (Larry Fitzwater)
  • Illustrative examples
  • Address submitted agency comments
  • Glossary of terms
  • DRM Management Strategy (Suzanne Acar)
  • DRM Implementation and Testing Strategy (Brand
    Niemann)
  • Schedule
  • Release to CIO Council October 17th.
  • Release to OMB November 17th.
  • Deliver to Congress December 17th.

8
3. The DRM Implementation Through Iteration and
Testing Strategy
  • The DRM Implementation Through Iteration and
    Testing Strategy includes five key activities
    over the next year
  • Education and Training in DRM Version 1.5 and use
    in FEA DRM-based Information Sharing Pilots
    (started June 13th).
  • Testing of XML Schemas and OWL Ontologies by NIST
    and the National Center for Ontological Research,
    respectively, among others (beginning after
    October 27th).
  • Inventory/Repository of Semantic Interoperability
    Assets and Development of a Common Semantic Model
    (COSMO) by the new Ontology and Taxonomy
    Coordinating Work Group (ONTACWG) (started
    October 5th).
  • Continued early implementation of DRM 1.5
    concepts and artifacts by industry in open
    collaboration with open standards pilot projects
    and workshops (started July 19th).
  • Fostering champions of DRM Best Practices to
    improve (1) agency data architectures within
    agencies and (2) cross-agency data sharing across
    agencies in funded projects (in process).

9
3. The DRM Implementation Through Iteration and
Testing Strategy
FEA Reference Models and Profiles PRM BRM SRM
TRM Security Privacy Records
Management Geospatial Other E-Gov Section 207
(d)
Communities of Interest IC MWG NIEM GEOINT NI
CS NARA State of Pennsylvania ISO 11179/XMDR,
UBL, UDEF, etc. Etc.
Phase 1 Taxonomy/Ontology Phase 2 Metadata
Interoperability Phase 3 Executable Data
Interoperability
Semantic Interoperability
DRM Core
Semantic Interoperability
The Focus of the August 16th DRM Workshop.
10
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
Relationships and associations
  • Precise definitions of constructs and rules
    needed for abstraction, generalization, and
    semantic models.
  • Relationships between the data and its metadata.
  • Data about the data.
  • Facts or figures from which conclusions can be
    inferred.

Source Professor Andreas Tolk, August 16, 2005
11
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
  • Use DRM Version 1.5 itself as a pilot project for
    education and training and use in FEA information
    sharing.
  • Use the simple framework in the previous slide to
    both illustrate and demonstrate the
    relationships, associations, and searches.
  • Show how this addresses the E-Gov Act Section 207
    (d) requirements and the GSA/OMB RFI questions.
  • Efficient and Effective Information Retrieval and
    Sharing.

12
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
This Data Architecture Provides the Three Ss
Structure, Searchability, and Semantics.
National Infrastructure for Community Statistics
Pilot
Metamodel
Model
Figures
Metadata
Data Stories
Data
13
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
14
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
15
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
Ontology Domain
KR System
No metadata
Semantic Interoperability
OO Software Model
Minimal metadata
Entity-Relationship Model
Level of Expressivity
Concept Map
(Google, Vivisimo, etc.)
Topic Map
Amount of Content with Metadata
Database Schema
Syntactical Interoperability
XML Schema
Registry metadata
Hierarchical Taxonomy
Simple Taxonomy
(Siderian Cerebra)
RDF/OWL metadata
Glossary
(BioCAD)
Level of Complexity
(some search and knowledge computing examples-see
next slide)
Partial Source The Model-Driven Semantic Web
Emerging Technologies Implementation
Strategies, Elisa Kendall, Sandpiper Software,
August 16, 2005.
16
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
The Tradeoff Between Search and Knowledge
Computing How would you really accomplish the
seven scenarios in the GSA/OMB RFI?
See the next slide for the BioCAD example.
17
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
Source Knowledge Computing Example in the
Business Value of Semantic Technology Exploiting
New Value Paradigms, Mills Davis, Joint CAF,
PMCoP, SICoP Meeting, Reagan Center, September
21, 2005, http//colab.cim3.net/file/work/SICoP/20
05-09-21/BizValue050921.pdf
18
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
  • Some Nice Things We Have Found About Ontologies
  • Both the Architecture and the Main Component of
    An Information System
  • See Nicola Guarino, Formal Ontology and
    Information Systems, Proceedings of the FOIS 98,
    Trento, Italy, 6-8 June 1998.
  • Collaborative Governance Commitment to Make the
    Content Semantically Interoperable
  • Broadstrokes Group Pilot (SWANS Conference, April
    7-8, 2005).
  • Execution in Composite Application Platform
  • Digital Harbor and TopQuadrant Use Cases Pilot
    (in process).
  • Respected in the Enterprise Architecture
    Community
  • Continuity of Communications for the Federal
    Executive Branch Using Ontological Engineering by
    Roy Roebuck.
  • Executable Enterprise Models (The FEA Reference
    Model Ontology) by Irene Polikoff and Robert
    Coyne Published in the Premier Issue of the
    Journal of Enterprise Architecture.

19
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
  • European Commission IDABC Content
    Interoperability Strategy
  • Semantic Interoperability Assets
  • Dictionaries
  • Thesauri
  • Multilingual thesauri
  • Nomenclatures
  • Cross-references and mapping tables
  • Ontologies
  • Service registries
  • Milestones
  • Production of a pivot ontology of life business
    events connected to administrative activities.
  • Publication of the ontology on the Clearinghouse
    server.

Interoperable Delivery of European eGovernment
Services to public Administrations, Business and
Citizens.
20
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
Site Map is a Hierarchical Taxonomy!
http//europa.eu.int/idabc/en/sitemap
21
4. DRM IT2 Education Pilot
  • Upcoming Events
  • October 11-12th, GCN Storage To Knowledge The
    Data Lifecycle Approach Conference
  • October 11, 1030 - 1115am Technology Panel 2
    Data Sharing and Standards. Learn how the latest
    thinking on XML, Semantic Technologies, and
    Ontologies are driving the data sharing goal
    within and among communities of interest.
  • October 12th, 1-2 p.m. SICoP Public Meeting on
    the Business Case for Semantic Technologies
    (Mills Davis) and Implementing the Semantic Web
    (Demonstrations).
  • October 18th, CIO Council Briefing on DRM.
  • October 20th, SICoP Pilot Presentations at the
    DoN CIO XML COI / Federal XML CoP Conference.
  • October 27th, National Center for Ontological
    Research (see next slide).
  • November 15 and 17, 2005, XML 2005 Conference.

22
Peter Yim, President CEO of CIM Engineering,
Inc., and Mark Musen, Stanford Medical
Informatics, Stanford University
Presented at the 2005 SICoP Annual Meeting,
September 14, 2005, at the MITRE Corporation,
McLean, VA, by SICoP Chair, Brand Niemann, U.S.
EPA.
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