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FInES Research Roadmap Task Force

The FRR 3.0 and its Migration on the Web

Michele Missikoff
Free University LUSPIO
Rome, Italy

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  • 1. FINES RESEARCH ROADMAP TASK FORCETHE FRR 3.0 AND ITS MIGRATION ON THE WEB MICHELE MISSIKOFF FREE UNIVERSITY LUSPIO ROME, ITALY FInES Cluster Brussels, 12 October, 2012
  • 2. FInES Research Roadmap 2025 3.00 Credits0 The approach0 Synthetic summary of the FRR 3.0FInES RR Migration on the Web (MoW)0 Baseline: current FRR content (fragmentation in K units)0 The 3 pillars: 0 Content 0 Governance 0 Technology0 Conclusions 2
  • 3. Purpose:0 drawing the main lines for future research in the domain of FInESApproach:0 a balanced method of organised groups and casual contributions. Open collaboration scheme: ActionPlanT, FIA Research Roadmap, ...0 A Community process involving a large number of intra/extra FInES stakeholders (more than 1.500 comments collected)Methodology. We assumed:0 a socio-economic marked discontinuity in the next decade (… forget ‘business as usual’!) and a long-term, highly innovative vision, 2025 as time horizon0 Qualitative Regression Method, reversing the ‘traditional’ RR approach, defining first the kind of world we would like to live in, focusing on the development model, production systems, and enterprises (then enterprise systems and enabling technologies) 3
  • 4. Credits0 Editorial Board (EB ): restricted team of 4 people (Ensemble CSA Project)0 Scientific Advisory Group (SAG): a group of 15 invited members0 Expert Scientific Committee (ESC): committee of 15 selected members (after a call)0 FInES Cluster RR Coordination (CRRC): a restricted informal group, in tight contact with the Commission.0 FInES Cluster Projects and Domain Experts (more info at: www.fines-cluster.eu) 4
  • 5. 0 Roadmapping, seen essentially as a Knowledge Management endeavour0 Activities started drawing the picture of a ‘possible world’, in which we would like to live (instead of a projection of current technology)0 Overall architecture organized in 4 FInES Knowledge Spaces: (i) Socio-technical (ii) Enterprises (iii) Enterprise Systems (iv) Enabling Technologies ••• 5
  • 6. Socio-economic SpaceSocial requirements, Impacts Drivers Enterprise Inventive Cognitive Sensing Sustainable Space Humanistic Agile Community - Liquid Glocal oriented Enterprise Quality Business Functions requirements RC1 RC2 RC3 RC4 RC5 RC6 RC7 RC8 RC9 FInES SpaceEnterprise Knowledge Application Systems FInES Engineering Technical Enablers requirements Knowledge App Computing Natural Technology Tech Software & Storage Interaction Space Networking 6
  • 7. FInES RR/Txt Contributors Editors FolksOnto Instances DocsFInES RR/Web Web Community ••• 7
  • 8. SECOND PART – MIGRATION ON THE WEB
  • 9. Driven by: online FInES Community0 A collaborative, open, focused Knowledge resource, on the objectives, interests, application domains of the Community0 Accessed, populated, verified by the FInES Community, but available to other scientific communities (preliminary contacts with IFIP, some USA universities)0 May be used to support: 0 Project proposals, Deliverable alignment, projects synergies / overlapping, Evaluators / Reviewers reference, ...3 main dimensions0 Content: knowledge organization, free contributions, validation0 Governance: Inspired by Wikipedia, rigorous but open Governance Model, flexible participation, Rewarding systems0 Technology: based on Semantic MediaWiki (multi-media/lingual) 9
  • 10. From paper to Web, through: Text fragmentation Knowledge Units Identification Hierarchical content organization Extensive cross-linking ••• 10
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  • 12. Governance and Organization: the Wikipedia Paradigm Wikipedia is self-governed by its community, with policies and guidelines reflecting the consensus of the community.
  • 13. 1. Wikipedia is an encyclopaedia (not a dictionary like Wiktionary)2. Wikipedia is written from a neutral point of view3. Wikipedia is free content that anyone can edit, use, modify, and distribute4. Editors should interact with each other in a respectful and civil manner5. Wikipedia does not have firm rules. ••• 13
  • 14. 0 Lightweight, ‘liquid’ organization0 Governance, in the hands of a core group, with few predefined roles, mainly for 0 Management 0 Quality assurance 0 Dispute resolution0 Operational roles: in the hands of volunteers and users, mainly for: 0 Content production (large nr of authors, 2% of users) 0 Quality control (Editors, Review panels, new page patrols, ..) 0 Dispute resolution (Mediation and Arbitration committees) ••• 14
  • 15. Good consolidated practices:0 First, search to see if it already there, in case as a synonym0 Edit: identify an article that addresses your topic and integrate what is missing (anyone can improve articles)0 New article: should be a notable topic, start with a list of sources0 No articles ownership0 Vandalism prevention and page protection are constantly enforced ••• 15
  • 16. CCx Competence Circles (SOA, Cloud, eID, Pr2 Social Media, Pr1 Knowledge, ...) Pr3 IE CC2 CC1 Coord CC3 Pr4 SH CC5 IE CC4 SH Pr.. IESH Stakeholder Individual Expert IE 16
  • 17. FRR MoW Platform – Objectives follow the Wikipedia footsteps0 Create a shared, open knowledge repository with the FRR content0 Ensure facilities for wide, easy social collaboration 0 Shared collaborative content management 0 Forums and debate 0 Integrate Ontology level 0 Open Source 0 Distributed teams0 Allowing for different accesses and navigation strategies, for different users and stakeholders0 Enhance the Semantic Knowledge approach ••• 17
  • 18. ••• 18
  • 19. 0 An innovative approach to Research Roadmap: 0 Not a projection of current trends, but 0 Assumption that we are at a ‘turning point’ (F. Capra) 0 The future cannot be anticipated, it should be determined! 0 The syndrom of ‘Self-fulfilling Prophecy’0 FRR: a fantastic adventure!0 Wide and passionate participation of several stakeholders: 0 Technology experts 0 Business experts 0 End users 0 ...0 FRR MoW: an unprecedented opportunity. 0 A dynamic, evolving Resarch Roadmap after 5 similar exercises 19
  • 20. THANK YOU FOR THE ATTENTION MICHELE MISSIKOFF (michele.missikoff@iasi.cnr.it) Join Us! www.fines-cluster.eu FINES CLUSTER ACTIVITIES