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Time Ontology in OWL WD published

Ralph R. Swick

Now on the W3C home page http://www.w3.org/:

   Time Ontology in OWL: Working Draft

   2006-09-28: The Semantic Web Best Practices and Deployment Working
   Group has released the First Public Working Draft of Time Ontology in
   OWL. The OWL-Time work follows from the DARPA Agent Markup Language
   DAML-Time work and brings together a number of classifications related
   to time. Developed for describing the temporal content of Web pages
   and the temporal properties of Web services, the vocabulary can
   express datetime, relationships between intervals and between
   instants, and durations of intervals. A Time Zone Resource in OWL is
   provided for the US and the entire world.
   -- http://www.w3.org/News/2006#item172

Thanks, Feng and Jerry, for all your fine efforts on this work.



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Re: Time Ontology in OWL WD published

David Wood-3

Excellent.  Good job to all involved.

Regards,
Dave


On 28 Sep2006, at 14:21, Ralph R. Swick wrote:

>
> Now on the W3C home page http://www.w3.org/:
>
>    Time Ontology in OWL: Working Draft
>
>    2006-09-28: The Semantic Web Best Practices and Deployment Working
>    Group has released the First Public Working Draft of Time  
> Ontology in
>    OWL. The OWL-Time work follows from the DARPA Agent Markup Language
>    DAML-Time work and brings together a number of classifications  
> related
>    to time. Developed for describing the temporal content of Web pages
>    and the temporal properties of Web services, the vocabulary can
>    express datetime, relationships between intervals and between
>    instants, and durations of intervals. A Time Zone Resource in  
> OWL is
>    provided for the US and the entire world.
>    -- http://www.w3.org/News/2006#item172
>
> Thanks, Feng and Jerry, for all your fine efforts on this work.
>
>
>