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<bibliography name="Euzenat" date="2001/04/28">
<bibliography name="Euzenat" date="$Date: 2002-07-08 07:46:10 $" version="$Revision: 1.2 $" author="$Author: jerome $">
<reference index="sanchez1999a" type="article" language="en" reviewing="full">
<authors>
<p first="Catherine" last="Sanchez"/>
> <p first="Corinne" last="Lachaize"/>
<p first="Corinne" last="Lachaize"/>
<p first="Florence" last="Janody"/>
<p first="Bernard" last="Bellon"/>
<p first="Laurence" last="Röder"/>
......@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@
<p first="François" last="Rechenmann"/>
<p first="Bernard" last="Jacq"/>
</authors>
<title>Grasping at molecular interactions and genetic networks in <I>Drosophila melanogaster</I> using FlyNets, an Internet database</title>
<title>Grasping at molecular interactions and genetic networks in <i>Drosophila melanogaster</i> using FlyNets, an Internet database</title>
<journal name="Nucleic acids research" issn="0305-1048" short="nar">
<publisher name="Oxford university press">
<location city="Oxford" country="UK"/>
......@@ -39,14 +39,21 @@ function and behaviour of what we herein define as the interactome world.</abstr
<areas><li>Object-based knowledge représentation/Représentation de connaissance par objets</li></areas>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat2001pra" type="article" language="en" reviewing="full">
<reference index="euzenat2001g" type="article" language="en" reviewing="full">
<authors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></authors>
<title>Granularity in relational formalisms with application to time and space representation</title>
<journal name="Computational intelligence" short="ci">
<publisher name="Blackwell"/>
<publisher name="Blackwell publisher">
<location city="Malden" country="US" state="MA"/>
</publisher>
</journal>
<note>accepted (scheduled for 17(4))</note>
<volume>17</volume>
<number>4</number>
<pages>703-737</pages>
<date year="2001"/>
<links>
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/sherpa/publications/euzenat2001g.pdf" status="hidden"/>
</links>
<abstract>Temporal and spatial phenomena can be seen at a more or less precise granularity,
depending on the kind of perceivable details. As a consequence, the relationship between two
objects may differ depending on the granularity considered. When merging representations of
......@@ -62,12 +69,12 @@ function and behaviour of what we herein define as the interactome world.</abstr
existing ones. They are shown to preserve most of the properties of granularity conversion
operators.</abstract>
<keywords><li>Granularity</li>
<li>space representation</li>
<li>time representation</li>
<li>relation algebra</li>
<li>interval algebra</li>
<li>product</li>
<li>weakening</li>
<li>Space representation</li>
<li>Time representation</li>
<li>Relation algebra</li>
<li>Interval algebra</li>
<li>Product</li>
<li>Weakening</li>
</keywords>
<areas>
<li>Time representation/Représentation temporelle</li>
......@@ -76,7 +83,7 @@ function and behaviour of what we herein define as the interactome world.</abstr
</areas>
</reference>
<reference index="cerbah2001prb" type="article" language="en" reviewing="full">
<reference index="cerbah2001a" type="article" language="en" reviewing="full">
<authors>
<p first="Farid" last="Cerbah"/>
<p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/>
......@@ -91,7 +98,6 @@ function and behaviour of what we herein define as the interactome world.</abstr
<number>1</number>
<pages>31-43</pages>
<date year="2001"/>
<note>to appear</note>
<abstract>Modeling often concerns the translation of informal texts into formal
representations. This translation process requires support for itself
and for its traceability. We pretend that inserting a terminology
......@@ -117,6 +123,75 @@ a fully implemented system.
<softwares><li>troeps</li></softwares>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat2002b" type="article" language="en" reviewing="full">
<authors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></authors>
<title>Eight questions about semantic web annotations</title>
<journal name="IEEE Intelligent systems" short="ieee-is">
<publisher name="IEEE Computer society">
<location city="New-York" state="NY" country="US"/>
</publisher>
</journal>
<volume>17</volume>
<number>2</number>
<pages>55-62</pages>
<date year="2002"/>
<links>
<url href="http://computer.org/intelligent/ex2002/x2055abs.html" status="public"/>
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/sherpa/publications/euzenat2002a.pdf" status="hidden"/>
</links>
<abstract>Improving information retrieval is annotation¹s central goal. However, without
sufficient planning, annotation‹especially when running a robot and attaching automatically
extracted content‹risks producing incoherent information. The author recommends answering
eight questions before you annotate. He provides a practical application of this approach,
and discusses applying the questions to other systems.</abstract>
<keywords><li>Semantic web</li>
<li>Search by content</li>
<li>Content representation</li>
<li>Ontology</li>
<li>Background knowledge</li>
</keywords>
<areas>
<li>Semantic web/Web sémantique</li>
<li>Texts/Textes</li>
</areas>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat2002c" type="article" language="en" reviewing="full">
<authors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/>
<p first="Laurent" last="Tardif"/></authors>
<title>XML transformation flow processing</title>
<journal name="Markup languages: theory and practice" short="mltp">
<publisher name="The MIT press">
<location city="Cambridge" state="MA" country="US"/>
</publisher>
</journal>
<volume>3</volume>
<number>3</number>
<pages>285-311</pages>
<date year="2002"/>
<links>
</links>
<abstract>The XSLT language is both complex to use in simple
cases (like tag renaming or element hiding) and restricted in complex
ones (requiring the processing of multiple stylesheets with complex
information flows). We propose a framework improving on XSLT. It
provides simple-to-use and easy-to-analyze macros for the
basic common transformation tasks. It provides a superstructure for
composing multiple stylesheets, with multiple input and output documents,
in ways that are not accessible within XSLT. Having the whole transformation
description in an integrated format allows to control and to analyze the
complete transformation.</abstract>
<keywords><li>XML</li>
<li>XSLT</li>
<li>Transmorpher</li>
<li>Transformations</li>
</keywords>
<areas> <li>Transformations</li>
</areas>
<contracts><li>fluxmedia</li></contracts>
<softwares><li>transmorpher</li></softwares>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat1993e" type="article" language="fr" reviewing="full">
<authors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></authors>
<title>Représentation granulaire du temps</title>
......@@ -399,7 +474,32 @@ collaboration destin
</areas>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat2002prc" type="incollection" language="en" reviewing="invited" status="hidden">
<reference index="euzenat2002d" type="incollection" language="en" reviewing="invited">
<authors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></authors>
<title>An infrastructure for formally ensuring interoperability in a heterogeneous semantic web</title>
<in><reference index="cruz2002a" type="collection" language="en" reviewing="none">
<editors>
<p first="Isabel" last="Cruz"/>
<p first="Stefan" last="Decker"/>
<p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/>
<p first="Deborah" last="McGuinness"/>
</editors>
<title>The emerging semantic web</title>
<publisher name="IOS press"><location city="Amsterdam" country="NL" /></publisher>
<length>302</length>
<date year="2002"/>
<links>
<url href="http://barbara.inrialpes.fr/SWWSBook" status="public"/>
</links>
<areas>
<li>Semantic web/Web sémantique</li>
</areas>
</reference></in>
<date year="2002"/>
<note>to appear</note>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat2002prc" type="incollection" language="en" reviewing="invited">
<authors>
<p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/><p first="Angelo" last="Montanari"/></authors>
<title>Time granularity</title>
......@@ -413,7 +513,7 @@ collaboration destin
<publisher name="The MIT press"><location city="Cambridge" state="MA" country="US"/></publisher>
<date year="2001"/>
</reference></in>
<date year="2001"/>
<date year="2002"/>
<note>in preparation</note>
<links>
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/exmo/tmp/tempgran.ps.gz"/>
......@@ -922,7 +1022,7 @@ work on structured objects.
<p first="Christophe" last="Chemla"/>
<p first="Bernard" last="Jacq"/>
</authors>
<title>A knowledge base for <I>D. melanogaster</I> gene interactions involved in pattern formation</title>
<title>A knowledge base for <i>D. melanogaster</i> gene interactions involved in pattern formation</title>
<conference type="international conference" name="intelligent systems for molecular biology" issue="5" short="ISMB">
<date day="21-25" month="6" year="1997"/>
<location city="Halkidiki" country="HK" />
......@@ -969,7 +1069,7 @@ work on structured objects.
<publisher name="Springer Verlag"><location city="Heildelberg" country="DE" /></publisher>
</journal>
<title>Advances in intelligent data analysis, reasoning about data</title>
<number>1280</number>
<volume>1280</volume>
<isbn>3-540-63346-4</isbn>
<date year="1997"/>
</reference></in>
......@@ -1048,7 +1148,7 @@ work on structured objects.
<publisher name="Springer Verlag"><location city="Heildelberg" country="DE" /></publisher>
</journal>
<title>Natural Language Processing and Information Systems</title>
<number>1959</number>
<volume>1959</volume>
<isbn>3-540-41943-8</isbn>
<date year="2001"/>
</reference></in>
......@@ -1156,7 +1256,7 @@ tackling this problem.</abstract>
<p first="Farid" last="Cerbah"/>
<p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/>
</authors>
<title>Integrating textual knowledge and forml knowledge for improving traceability</title>
<title>Integrating textual knowledge and formal knowledge for improving traceability</title>
<conference type="international conference" issue="12" short="EKAW" name="knowledge engineering and knowledge management">
<date month="10" year="2000"/>
<location city="Juan-les-Pins" country="FR"/>
......@@ -1173,11 +1273,10 @@ tackling this problem.</abstract>
<title>Knowledge engineering and knowledge management: methods, models and tools</title>
<volume>1937</volume>
<isbn>3-540-41119-4</isbn>
<date year="1997"/>
<date year="2000"/>
</reference></in>
<pages>296-303</pages>
<links>
<!-- hidden until 10/2001 -->
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/exmo/publications/cerbah2000c.ps.gz" status="hidden"/>
</links>
<abstract>Knowledge engineering often concerns the translation of
......@@ -1209,11 +1308,15 @@ implemented system. </abstract>
<conference type="workshop" name="ontology and information sharing" sponsor="IJCAI 2001">
<date day="4-5" month="8" year="2001"/>
<location city="Seattle" state="WA" country="US"/>
</conference>
<note>to appear</note>
</conference>
<editors><p first="Asuncion" last="Gomez Perez"/><p first="Michael"
last="Gruninger"/><p first="Heiner" last="Stuckenschmidt"/><p first="Michael" last="Uschold"/>
</editors>
<pages>19-25</pages>
<date year="2001"/>
<links>
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/exmo/publications/euzenat2001b.ps.gz"/>
<url href="http://sunsite.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/Publications/CEUR-WS/Vol-47/euzenat.pdf" status="public"/>
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/exmo/publications/euzenat2001b.ps.gz" status="public"/>
</links>
<abstract>Semantic interoperability is the faculty of interpreting knowledge
imported from other languages at the semantic level, i.e. to ascribe
......@@ -1243,24 +1346,21 @@ ontology patterns and explicit description of semantics are presented.</abstract
<conference issue="14" type="workshop" name="description logics" short="DL">
<date day="1-3" month="8" year="2001"/>
<location city="Stanford" state="CA" country="US"/>
</conference>
<note>to appear</note>
</conference>
<editors><p first="Deborah" last="McGuinness"/>
<p first="Peter" last="Patel-Schneider"/>
<p first="Carole" last="Goble"/>
<p first="Ralph" last="Möller"/></editors>
<pages>20-29</pages>
<date year="2001"/>
<links>
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/exmo/publications/euzenat2001e.ps.gz"/>
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/exmo/publications/euzenat2001e.ps.gz" status="public"/>
</links>
<abstract>Description logics have been designed and studied in a modular
way. This particularity has not been used in engineering because
work was focused on implementing one logic at a time. With the advent of
networked knowledge resources, it becomes important to be able to
gather knowledge in one language in order to import it in another
one For that purpose, we have designed in \xml\ a description logic
markup language that takes advantage of modularity by describing
each characteristics (syntax, semantics, rendering) at the term level
and composing these descriptions in full logics.
Moreover, modularity is used in order to export a terminology
from a language to another one by taking advantage of local
transformations.</abstract>
way. This has allowed a methodic approach to complexity
evaluation. We present a way to preserve this modularity in encoding
description logics in XML and show how it can be used for building
modular transformations and assembling them easily.</abstract>
<areas> <li>Semantic web/Web sémantique</li>
<li>Object-based knowledge représentation/Représentation de connaissance par objets</li>
<li>Semantics/Sémantique</li>
......@@ -1274,14 +1374,15 @@ transformations.</abstract>
<authors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/>
<p first="Laurent" last="Tardif"/></authors>
<title>XML transformation flow processing</title>
<conference issue="2" type="conference" name="Extreme markup languages">
<conference issue="2" type="conference" name="extreme markup languages">
<date day="14-17" month="8" year="2001"/>
<location city="Montréal" country="CA"/>
</conference>
<note>to appear</note>
<pages>61-72</pages>
<date year="2001"/>
<links>
<url href="http://transmorpher.inrialpes.fr/paper/"/>
<url href="http://transmorpher.inrialpes.fr/paper/" status="public"/>
<url href="http://www.extrememarkup.com" status="public"/>
</links>
<abstract>The XSLT language is both complex to use in simple
cases (like tag renaming or element hiding) and restricted in complex
......@@ -1304,6 +1405,108 @@ complete transformation.</abstract>
<softwares><li>transmorpher</li></softwares>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat2001f" type="inproceedings" language="en" reviewing="full">
<authors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></authors>
<title>An infrastructure for formally ensuring interoperability in a heterogeneous semantic web</title>
<conference issue="1" type="internationnal" name="semantic web working symposium" short="SWWS">
<date day="30-31" month="7" year="2001"/>
<location city="Stanford" state="CA" country="US"/>
</conference>
<pages>345-360</pages>
<date year="2001"/>
<links>
<url href="http://www.semanticweb.org/SWWS/program/full/paper16.pdf" status="public"/>
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/exmo/publications/euzenat2001f.pdf" status="public"/>
</links>
<abstract>Because different applications and different communities require different
features, the semantic web might have to face the heterogeneity of the languages for
expressing knowledge. Yet, it will be necessary for many applications to use knowledge
coming from different sources. In such a context, ensuring the correct understanding
of imported knowledge on a semantic ground is very important. We present here an
infrastructure based on the notions of transformations from one language to another
and of properties satisfied by transformations. We show, in the particular context of
semantic properties and description logics markup language, how it is possible (1) to
define properties of transformations, (2) to express, in a form easily processed by
machine, the proof of a property and (3) to construct by composition a proof of
properties satisfied by compound transformations. All these functions are based on
extensions of current web standard languages.</abstract>
<keywords><li>XML</li>
<li>XSLT</li>
<li>OMDoc</li>
<li>MathML</li>
<li>DLML</li>
<li>XSLT</li>
<li>Transmorpher</li>
<li>Transformations</li>
<li>proof</li>
</keywords>
<areas> <li>Semantic web/Web sémantique</li>
<li>Transformations</li>
<li>Semantics/Sémantique</li>
<li>XML</li>
</areas>
<softwares><li>dlml</li><li>Transmorpher</li><li>dsd</li></softwares>
<contracts><li>ontoweb</li></contracts>
<areas>
</areas>
<contracts><li>fluxmedia</li></contracts>
<softwares><li>transmorpher</li></softwares>
</reference>
<reference index="stuckenschmidt2001a" type="inproceedings" language="en" reviewing="full">
<authors><p first="Heiner" last="Stuckenschmidt"/>
<p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></authors>
<title>Ontology Language Integration: A Constructive Approach</title>
<conference type="workshop" name="Applications of Description Logics" sponsor="KI 2001">
<date day="18" month="9" year="2001"/>
<location city="Wien" country="AT"/>
</conference>
<date year="2001"/>
<abstract>The problem of integrating different ontology languages has
become of special interest recently, especially in the context of
semantic web applications. In the paper, we present an approach
that is based on the configuration of a joint language all other
languages can be translated into. We use description logics as a
basis for constructing this common language taking advantage of
the modular character and the availability of profound
theoretical results in this area. We give the central definitions
and exemplify the approach using example ontologies available on
the Web.</abstract>
<links>
<url href="http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-44/StuckenschmidtEuzenat.ps.gz" status="public" />
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/exmo/publications/stuckenschmidt2001a.pdf" status="public" />
</links>
<areas> <li>Semantic web/Web sémantique</li>
<li>Object-based knowledge représentation/Représentation de connaissance par objets</li>
<li>Semantics/Sémantique</li>
<li>XML</li>
</areas>
<contracts><li>ontoweb</li></contracts>
<softwares><li>transmorpher</li><li>dlml</li></softwares>
</reference>
<reference index="alhulou2002a" type="inproceedings" language="en" reviewing="full">
<authors><p first="Rim" last="Al-Hulou"/>
<p first="Olivier" last="Corby"/>
<p first="Rose" last="Dieng-Kuntz"/>
<p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/>
<p first="Carolina" last="Medina Ramirez"/>
<p first="Amedeo" last="Napoli"/>
<p first="Raphaël" last="Troncy"/></authors>
<title>Three knowledge representation formalisms for content-based representation of documents</title>
<conference type="workshop" name="Formal ontology, knowledge representation and intelligent systems for the world wide web" short="SemWeb" sponsor="KR 2002">
<date day="19" month="4" year="2002"/>
<location city="Toulouse" country="FR"/>
</conference>
<date year="2002"/>
<areas> <li>Semantic web/Web sémantique</li>
<li>Object-based knowledge représentation/Représentation de connaissance par objets</li>
<li>XML</li>
</areas>
<contracts><li>escrire</li></contracts>
<softwares><li>troeps</li><li>dlml</li></softwares>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat1987b" type="inproceedings" language="fr" reviewing="full">
<authors>
<p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/>
......@@ -1718,11 +1921,14 @@ probl
<date month="6" year="2001"/>
<location city="Grenoble" country="FR"/>
</conference>
<editors><p first="Jean" last="Charlet"/></editors>
<publisher name="Presses universitaires de Grenoble" short="PUG">
<location city="Grenoble" country="FR"/>
</publisher>
<date year="2001"/>
<note>à paraître</note>
<isbn>2-7061-1026-0</isbn>
<date year="2001"/>
<pages>95-110</pages>
<links>
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/exmo/publications/euzenat2001c.ps.gz" status="private"/>
</links>
......@@ -1819,6 +2025,44 @@ probl
<softwares><li>troeps</li><li>shirka</li><li>kool</li><li>smeci</li></softwares>
</reference>
<reference index="cruz2002a" type="collection" language="en" reviewing="none">
<editors>
<p first="Isabel" last="Cruz"/>
<p first="Stefan" last="Decker"/>
<p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/>
<p first="Deborah" last="McGuinness"/>
</editors>
<title>The emerging semantic web</title>
<publisher name="IOS press"><location city="Amsterdam" country="NL" /></publisher>
<length>320</length>
<date year="2002"/>
<links>
<url href="http://barbara.inrialpes.fr/SWWSBook" status="public"/>
</links>
<areas>
<li>Semantic web/Web sémantique</li>
</areas>
<note>Scheduled for June 2002</note>
</reference>
<reference index="cruz2001a" type="proceedings" language="en" reviewing="none">
<editors>
<p first="Isabel" last="Cruz"/>
<p first="Stefan" last="Decker"/>
<p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/>
<p first="Deborah" last="McGuinness"/>
</editors>
<title>Semantic web working symposium</title>
<length>597</length>
<date year="2001"/>
<links>
<url href="http://swws.semanticweb.org" status="public"/>
</links>
<areas>
<li>Semantic web/Web sémantique</li>
</areas>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat1999a" type="phd" language="fr" reviewing="full">
<authors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></authors>
<title>Représentations de connaissance: de l'approximation à la confrontation</title>
......@@ -1998,13 +2242,17 @@ place et l'avenir qui leurs sont r
<reference index="euzenat1999b" type="inproceedings" language="fr" reviewing="poster">
<authors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></authors>
<editors><p first="Mohamed" last="Hassoun"/><p first="Omar" last="Larouk"/>
<p first="Jean-Paul" last="Metzger"/>
</editors>
<title>Des arbres qui cachent des forêts : remarques sur l'organisation hiérarchique de la connaissance</title>
<conference type="conférence" issue="2" sponsor="chapitre français de l'ISKO">
<date day="21-22" month="10" year="1999"/>
<location city="Lyon" country="FR" />
</conference>
<date year="1999"/>
<length>2</length>
<pages>213-215</pages>
<isbn>2-910227-39-1</isbn>
<links>
<url href="ftp://ftp.inrialpes.fr/pub/sherpa/publications/euzenat99b.ps.gz" status="public"/>
</links>
......@@ -2416,7 +2664,7 @@ SCC.</li></ul>
<softwares><li>co4</li></softwares>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat2001ln" type="lecturenotes" language="fr" reviewing="none">
<reference index="euzenat2002ln" type="lecturenotes" language="fr" reviewing="none">
<authors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></authors>
<title>Sémantique des représentations de connaissance</title>
<school name="université Joseph Fourier"><location city="Grenoble" country="FR" /></school>
......@@ -2558,7 +2806,7 @@ groupe de travail.</abstract>
<softwares><li>troeps</li><li>co4</li></softwares>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat1987a" type="masterthesis" language="fr" reviewing="full">
<reference index="euzenat1987a" type="mastersthesis" language="fr" reviewing="full">
<authors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></authors>
<title>Un système de maintenance de la vérité pour une représentation de connaissance centrée-objet</title>
<type>Rapport de DEA</type>
......@@ -2734,6 +2982,37 @@ Un cadre g
</areas>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat2001h" type="deliverable" language="en" reviewing="none">
<editors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></editors>
<title>1st international semantic web working symposium (SWWS-1)</title>
<contract>IST OntoWeb thematic network</contract>
<type>deliverable</type>
<number>7.6</number>
<length>30</length>
<institution name="INRIA Rhône-Alpes"><location city="Montbonnot" country="FR" /></institution>
<date month="09" year="2001"/>
<areas>
<li>Web sémantique/Semantic web</li>
</areas>
</reference>
<reference index="euzenat2002a" type="prospective" language="en" reviewing="none">
<editors><p first="Jérôme" last="Euzenat"/></editors>
<title>Research challenges and perspectives of the Semantic web</title>
<type>EU-NSF Strategic report</type>
<length>82</length>
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