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Presentation for meeting HCLS-SiG: Rhetorical Document Structure Group - May 10, 2010

Presentation for meeting HCLS-SiG: Rhetorical Document Structure Group - May 10, 2010

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  • 1. Annotation Ontology
    Dr. Paolo Ciccarese
    May 10, 2010
    Mass General Hospital
    Harvard Medical School
  • 2. Starting from Annotea
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    annotates
    context (XPointer)
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    body
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    hasTopic
    recalls
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    http://www.w3.org/2001/Annotea/
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    description
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  • 3. Context and Selectors
    Selectors are the AO way to define the context within a document (text, image, audio, video…)
    Multiple kinds of selectors can be defined for each kind of document
  • 4. Text Annotation
  • 5. Image Annotation
  • 6. Annotation Types
    As it was happening in Annotea, in AO the Annotation can be sub-classed in more specific annotation types:
    Annotation
    Comment
    Erratum
    Question
    Explanation

  • 7. Annotation Curation
  • 8. Annotation Curation Tokens
  • 9. Annotation Sets (1)
    Are grouping annotation items
    Can be useful for grouping annotation items with the same provenance (for example the annotation produced by text mining services)
    Can be useful for grouping annotation items with the same topic (for example the annotation regarding life science entities)
    Allow to define access restrictions for the grouped annotation
  • 10. Annotation Sets (2)
  • 11. Document Annotation (1)
    Is a collections of annotation sets – within all those available - that have been combined for a specific purpose – usually for publication - by a particular user/group/content provider
    Multiple ‘Document Annotation’ instances can be defined for the same document
  • 12. Document Annotation (2)
  • 13. Integration with Annotea and SIOC