[Esip-preserve] ESIP Summer Meeting Sessions

Bruce Barkstrom brbarkstrom at gmail.com
Mon Mar 26 17:04:18 EDT 2012

It may be that algorithms should be viewed as functions,
in which case it appears probable that the basic content
should be viewed as objects, rather than as static data
structures.  Testing algorithms for equivalence (not just
names) may prove to be a rather interesting business.

As an example, it might be interesting to see how to
test functions that interpolate between data points for
equivalence - an objective test of whether or not they
have been changed.

Bruce b.

On Mon, Mar 26, 2012 at 4:03 PM, Nancy Hoebelheinrich
<njhoebel at gmail.com> wrote:
> I might have missed responses to your question of us, Curt, but Greg
> Janee and I will have completed the implementation of IDs for data
> objects test & report by then.  We'd be happy to give a report of the
> specifics of what we found as part of a session.  We will probably
> want to give a shorter report for the Products & Services committee as
> well, but I would envision the report to Data Stewardship being more
> of the "reality show" view (or at least the highlights) of the test.
> What we've found out might prove helpful for our discussions of
> identifiers for non-data objects (such as algorithms, and even
> people).   If such a presentation of our findings seems useful to the
> group, I can submit it via the wiki or add a paragraph that can be
> folded into a broader discussion of identifiers.  We do intend to put
> our report out for comment ahead of time, however, so if there's no
> time for a presentation on it, the information should at least be
> available to all.
> Nancy
> Nancy Hoebelheinrich
> Information Analyst / Principal
> Knowledge Motifs LLC
> voice:  650-302-4493
> nhoebel at kmotifs.com
> njhoebel at gmail.com
> On Fri, Mar 9, 2012 at 9:21 AM, Curt Tilmes <Curt.Tilmes at nasa.gov> wrote:
>> I'm still trying to reschedule the weekly telecon -- nominations for
>> likely times welcome!
>> It's likely that due to the Federal executive order restricting travel
>> I won't be able to attend the Summer Meeting myself, but I should be
>> able to webex in to a few sessions.
>> Are there sessions we'd like to suggest as a committee for the 2012
>> Summer Meeting?
>> I'd like to have one on the general "Identifiers" topic.
>> I think a "Preservation Ontology" session could be helpful as well,
>> perhaps not creating an ontology yet, but discussing semantic web as
>> applied to preservation, provenance, preservation use cases, how this
>> fits into the representation of the items in the PCCS, etc.
>> Maybe "Data Organization/Aggregations"?
>> What do you think?
>> Curt
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject:        [ESIP-all] 2012 ESIP Summer Meeting: Call for Sessions -
>> Deadline March 31, 2012
>> Date:   Fri, 9 Mar 2012 11:09:03 -0600
>> From:   Erin Robinson <erinrobinson at esipfed.org>
>> To:     esip-all at rtpnet.org <esip-all at rtpnet.org>
>> Hi All -
>> The 2012 Summer ESIP Meeting will have a theme around "Exposing
>> Innovation for Individual and Community Benefit". As mentioned before
>> the framework for innovation comes from, 'The Innovator's DNA' and a
>> summary has been added to the wiki
>> <http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/ESIP_and_Innovation>.
>> With the theme in mind, we'd like to open the call for sessions on the
>> wiki
>> <http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Summer_2012_Meeting#Submit_a_Session>.
>> Anyone
>> can submit a session. *Deadline for submission: March 31, 2012*
>> To add/edit a session:
>> 1. Login to the wiki
>> 2. Under theSubmit Session
>> <http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Summer_2012_Meeting#Submit_a_Session>section:
>> add your session title to the text box in the page and click create session
>> 3. Create session will bring up a form on the wiki for you to fill out
>> about your session. Click save.
>> 4. Your session will then automatically be added to the list on the
>> Summer 2012 page
>> <http://wiki.esipfed.org/index.php/Summer_2012_Meeting#Submit_a_Session>.
>> 5. All sessions are wiki pages, so they can be edited and discussed.
>> Questions? Let me know.
>> Have a good weekend!
>> Erin
>> *Erin Robinson*
>> Information and Virtual Community Director
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