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Title: Implementing the Semantic Web Part 1' Semantic Technology Profile for the Data Reference Model: Use


1
Implementing the Semantic WebPart 1. Semantic
Technology Profile for the Data Reference Model
Use Case 2 - U.S. EPA
  • Brand Niemann (US EPA), Chair,
  • Semantic Interoperability Community of Practice
    (SICoP)
  • Best Practices Committee (BPC), CIO Council
  • August 24, 2005, DRAFT
  • http//web-services.gov/ and
  • http//colab.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?SICoP

2
Overview
  • 1. DRM Working Group Status
  • 1.1 August 22nd Meeting
  • 1.2 SICoP Suggestions
  • 2. EPA DRM Status
  • 2.1 Water Resources Use Case in Composite
    Application Platform
  • 2.2 EPA Applied Analyses Applications Workshop
    (AAAW) Ontology
  • 2.3 Cross-Agency Programs and Lines of Business

3
1. DRM Working Group Status
  • 1.1 August 22nd Meeting
  • DRM Pilot Presentation by Digital Harbor
  • What the DRM can/should be (Michael Daconta)!
  • Business Ontology supports the DRM Abstract
    Model.
  • DRM Version 1.5 Overview Chapter (see next
    slide)
  • Working Group suggestions for clarity.
  • SICoP Needs better organization, even a model
    (ontology) for the document, the reference model
    itself, and for applications (see slides 5 and
    6).
  • DRM Examples Recreation.gov
  • Provided Guided Tour of the Recreation.gov DRM
    XML Instance.
  • Abstract Model
  • UNISYS says they have a utility based on a MOF
    repository that automatically generates DRM XML
    Schema Instances from UML Class Models created in
    commercial tools (e.g. Rationale Rose, Popkin
    System Architect, ProVision, etc.) and can also
    publish as an XTM Topic Map or OWL Ontology (for
    Structured Data Only). See slides 7 and 8.

4
1. DRM Working Group Status
  • Deliverables (as of August 9th)
  • 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)
  • XML Implementation, Approach, and Test (NIST,
    August 15th)
  • Milestones (as of August 9th)
  • First Draft, August 31st
  • Second Quarterly Public Forum September 14th
  • Second Draft September 19th
  • Third Draft October 10th
  • Release October 17th

5
1. DRM Working Group Status
  • 1.2 SICoP Suggestions
  • Basic Data Types
  • Unstructured, Semi-Structured, and Structured.
  • Reference Model Purposes
  • Data Description, Data Context, and Data Sharing
    for the Basic Data Types.
  • Abstract Model
  • Alternate Expressions for the Basic Data Types
    and Reference Model Purposes
  • Relational, ISO 11179, XML Schema, MOF, XTM Topic
    Map RDF/OWL.
  • Dimensions and Core Metadata
  • COIs, FEA, E-Gov Act 2002, etc.
  • Additional Documents and Phases
  • Management Strategy, Implementation Test Guide,
    and Roadmap.

6
1. DRM Working Group Status
1.2 SICoP Suggestions for Future DRM Architecture
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 Phase 2 Metadata
Interoperability Phase 3 Executable Data
Interoperability
Semantic Interoperability
DRM Core
Semantic Interoperability
Discussed in Use Case 1, August 16th.
7
1. DRM Working Group Status
UML Tool with ODM Plug-In
RDFS/OWL
XMI Representation Enables Use in Eclipse/EMF,
MOF-Based Tools
Use Reasoning to Find Inconsistencies Validate
Logic, Policies
Use UML to Refine Linkage Ontologies
Link ODM Models (conceptual / semantic) To
logical (ERWIN, Rose) and physical models (ERWIN,
Rose, Power Designer)
MOF/ODM OWL Bridge
Use Links / Mappings to Find Eliminate
Redundancies thru Reasoning
Use Links / Mappings For Query Planning, Business
Intelligence
Source The Model-Driven Semantic Web, Emerging
Technologies Implementation Strategies, Elisa
Kendall, Sandpiper Software, August 16, 2005,
Implementation Strategies.
8
1. DRM Working Group Status
Diagram from M. Dacontas presentation
Pragatis Expoze Tool Suite for Harmonization,
Mala Mehrotra and Dmitri Bobrovnikoff, Pragati
Synergetic Research, Inc., August 16, 2005,
Utilizing Expoze Tool Suite for DRM.
9
1. DRM Working Group Status
  • 1.2 SICoP Objectives
  • SICoP needs to provide the Semantic Technology
    Profile for the Data Reference Model (DRM).
  • SICoP needs to provide the parts of the Module 3
    White Paper Implementing the Semantic Web that
    relate to the DRM.
  • 1.2 SICoP Phases (recall slide 6)
  • Phase 1 Taxonomy Information Sharing Tool Kit
    Part 1 SVG (June 28 and September 14).
  • Phase 2 Metadata Interoperability Information
    Sharing Tool Kit Part 2 RDF (August 16).
  • Phase 3 Executable Data Interoperability
    Information Sharing Tool Kit Part 3 Ontology
    (June 13 and September 14).

Note Phase 1 was based on the EPA Region 4 Pilot
Work!
10
1. DRM Working Group Status
  • SICoP Upcoming Presentations
  • FCW Enterprise Architecture Conference, September
    21, 2005, Session 1-7 Using EA to Support the
    Budget Process.
  • Also Joint Meeting of the Chief Architect Forum,
    Federal IT Performance Measurement, and Semantic
    Interoperability Communities of Practice.
  • GCN Data Lifecycle Management Conference Storage
    to Management, October 11, 2005, Session 2 Data
    sharing and standards.
  • Also SICoP Public Meeting on White Papers (The
    Business Case for Semantic Technologies and
    Implementing the Semantic Web).
  • IDEAlliance XML 2005 Conference, November 17,
    2005
  • Presentation on The US Federal CIO Council's
    Semantic Interoperability Community of Practice
    (SICoP).

11
2. EPA DRM Status
  • 2.1 DRM Water Resources Use Case in Composite
    Application Platform
  • Use Case 3 Demonstrating the maturity of FEA for
    multi-agency and community-of-interest
    information sharing and issue analysis.
  • This use case demonstrates how semantic models
    (ontology) can provide a framework for data
    interoperability where similar datasets need to
    be combined to support an aggregated business
    context for tactical decision making, analysis,
    and policy making across multiple communities of
    interest.

12
2. EPA DRM Status
  • 2.1 DRM Water Resources Use Case in Composite
    Application Platform (continued)
  • The FEA Business Reference Model provides a
    framework that facilitates a functional (rather
    than organizational) view of the federal
    governments lines of business (LoBs),
    independent of the agencies, bureaus and offices
    that perform them.
  • This pilot focuses on the specific business
    function Environmental Monitoring and Forecasting
    (1-108-023). The end Use Case is to provide an
    interactive Composite Report on the Environment
    (EPA ROE 2006) that combines data about water
    indicators from a number of agencies into a
    coherent picture reflecting the status of
    nations waters in the social, economic and
    environmental context.

13
2. EPA DRM Status
  • 2.1 DRM Water Resources Use Case in Composite
    Application Platform (continued)
  • Recently started, the pilot will illustrate how
    indicator ontology can be created for water that
    uses ontological relationships to relate
    different indicators based on their properties,
    use and the type and quality of impact. The
    ontology can then be used to drive an interactive
    report that supports seamless navigation across
    the indicators and their cumulative impact on a
    particular area of concern.
  • See Use Case 1 Demo
  • http//web-services.gov/pilots/DigitalHarbor/terro
    rismdemo.htm
  • See Use Case 2 Demo
  • http//web-services.gov/pilots/DigitalHarbor/Campa
    ignFinance.htm

14
2. EPA DRM Status
Executable Integration of the FEA Reference
Models in Composite Applications Fact Sheet at
http//web-services.gov/SICoPPilotFactSheet_Final.
pdf
15
2. EPA DRM Status
  • 2.1 DRM Water Resources Use Case in Composite
    Application Platform (continued)
  • Repurposed all the text and graphics from PDF to
    Word and PNG and added semantic structure linking
    (see next slide).
  • Extract the water data sources URL and documents
    for data mining by the Digital Harbor PiiE
    Platform.
  • Categorized the EPA Applied Analyses
    Applications Workshop (AAAW) Into a Composite
    Application Business Ontology
  • See Section 2.2 and http//www.aaaw2005.com/

16
2. EPA DRM Status
See http//web-services.gov/lpBin22/lpext.dll/Fold
er5/Infobase5/1?fnmain-j.htmftemplates2.0
17
2. EPA DRM Status
  • 2.2 EPA Applied Analyses Applications Workshop
    (AAAW) Composite Application Ontology
  • The Composite Applications Business Ontology
    consists of
  • Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  • Portals
  • Enterprise Integration
  • The titles and contents of the 64 presentations
    were analyzed and assigned to three basic
    categories and 14 sub-categories (see next slide).

18
2. EPA DRM Status
  • 2.2 EPA Applied Analyses Applications Workshop
    (AAAW) Composite Application Ontology
    (continued)
  • The Composite Applications Business Ontology
    consists of
  • SOA .NET (1), Scientific Computing (1), GIS (2),
    Architecture (19), Web Services (5).
  • Portals Agency (3), Health (3), Environmental
    (4), Research Science (4), and Other (3).
  • Enterprise Integration Environmental Justice and
    Siting (4), Emergency Response (2), Report on the
    Environment (3), and Analytical and Quality
    Services (7).
  • Other Future Trends (3).
  • Preparing for Composite Applications that (1)
    reduce redundant IT applications, increase
    interoperability, and facilitate business
    improvement (2) and produce data integration with
    EPA content and interoperability with non-EPA
    content.
  • (1) Source Pat Plunkett, Chair, Federal IT
    Performance Measurement CoP, January 13, 2005.
  • (2) Source John Sullivan, EPA Chief Architect,
    March 2, 2005.

19
2. EPA DRM Status
  • 2.3 Cross-Agency Programs and Lines of Business
    (c.f. next slide)
  • For the DOE-EPA-DoI Architecture Exchange Meeting
    on July 29, 2005, SICoP suggested the use of
    Metallec/Logic Library for visualizing and
    governing EA, software code, metadata, etc.
    repositories
  • See Designing the DRM for Data Visibility
    Building Sustainable Stewardship Practices
    Together, July 19, 2005
  • Presentations Federated Repository Using the
    Wiki and FEA Reference Model Ontology and
    Mining Legacy Systems to Create An
    Ontology-Based Repository
  • http//colab.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?ExpeditionWo
    rkshop/DesigningTheDRM_DataVisibility_2005_07_19n
    id2TNU

20
2. EPA DRM Status
Source Enabling Results Driven Government,
ArchitecturePlus Meeting, Dick Burk, OMB Chief
Architect, April 28, 2005, Slide 3.
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