AToMS - Asian Topic Maps Summit 2007

As We REALLY May Think

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Program of AToMS 2007

  2007.12.12 Wed

Time Track 1
Science Hall
Track 2
Room A
  9:15 - 9:30   Opening
  9:30 - 10:30   Opening keynote: Steve Pepper
  Norway
   As We REALLY May Think
   Memex, Topic Maps, and subject-centric computing
  10:30 - 11:00   Coffee break
  11:00 - 11:30   Sam Gyun Oh
  Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
  The Power of TM-Based Intelligent Systems in Various Domains

Topic Maps-Driven Semantic Services for National Library of Korea
  Motomu Naito, Knowledge Synergy
  Michihiko Setogawa, Hitachi Systems & Services
  What is Topic Maps, and Standards, Case examples, etc.
  11:30 - 12:00   Motohiro Mase, Tokyo Institute of Technology
  Seiji Yamada, National Insitute of Informatics
  Extraction of Topic Maps from Web pages
  12:00 - 12:30   Michihiko Setogawa
  Hitachi Systems & Services
  A Citizen's Portal for the City of Bergen
  Sachio Hirokawa
  Kyushu University
  Mindex as a Source of Topic Map
  12:30 - 14:00   Lunch break
  14:00 - 14:35   Kevin Trainor
  Ligent, USA
  Only Wright TM : A Subject-Centric Computing Demonstration Project
  Frederic Andres
  National Insitute of Informatics
  Services Sciences, Management, Engineering (SSME): Roles of Topic Maps in semantic representation techniques regarding services innovation
  14:35 - 15:10   Takashi Kiriyama
  Tokyo National University of Fine Arts & Music
  Representing User Interaction Data of the Arithmetik Garden
  Tatsuya Okada, Tomiaki Morikawa
  University of Tokushima
  Classification and Organization of Medical words using Topic Maps
  15:10 - 15:40   Coffee break
  15:40 - 16:10   Shu Matsuura
  Tokai University
  Learning Trajectory on a Topic Map of Introductory Physics e-Learning
  Yuta TAKAHASHI, Yuki ADACHI and Yushi KOMACHI
  Osaka Institute of Technology
  Relashionship description among Kanji variants by topic maps
  16:10 - 16:40   Elham Andaroodi
  National Insitute of Informatics
  From Ontology to Topic Map for Bam Typology
  Jyunnji Nakanishi and Yushi KOMACHI
  Osaka Institute of Technology
  Presentation and description of relationships among standards documents by using topic maps
  16:40 - 16:45   Coffee break
  16:45 - 17:30   Closing keynote: Are Mjølsnes
  Norwegian Directorate of Education, Norway
  Closing keynote:
  Topic Maps - a new way to knowledge for pupils and teachers
  17:30 - 18:00   Closing
  Steve Pepper, Sam Gyun Oh, Motomu Naito