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TUTORIALS @ ICTERI 2013

ICTERI organizers are pleased to announce that the following tutorials will be given at the conference:


ICTERI Tutorial: UML Profile for MARTE and its Time Model

Frederic mallet
Tutor: Frederic Mallet, Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, France

Abstract: This ninety minutes tutorial gives a basic introduction to the UML Profile for MARTE (Modeling and Analysis of Real-Time and Embedded systems) adopted by the Object Management Group. After a brief introduction to the UML profiling mechanism, we give a broad overview of the MARTE Profile. Then, the tutorial shall focus on the time model of MARTE and its companion language CCSL (Clock Constraint Specification Language).



ICTERI Tutorial: Ontology Alignment and Applications in 90 Minutes

Vadim Ermolayev Maxim Davidovsky
Tutors: Vadim Ermolayev and Maxim Davidovsky, Zaporozhye National University, Ukraine

Abstract:The tutorial is planned in three parts within an overall timeframe of 90 minutes. Part 1 covers the basics of ontology alignment and offers basic definitions, problem statements and problem classification based on the span, dynamics, direction, and distribution settings. This material is illustrated by: (i) using a walkthrough example of two elementary ontologies in Bibliographics domain; and (ii) offering a deeper dis-cussion of one of the exemplar problems of ontology alignment – ontology in-stance migration – which has a noticeable practical utility for real world appli-cations. The second part presents a software solution for ontology instance mi-gration problem. The solution is demonstrated on the pair of Bibliographic on-tologies of our walkthrough example. Part 3 puts ontology alignment in the con-text of several categories of applications which are important for the industries and the knowledge economy as a whole. The applications of ontology align-ment in those categories are overviewed and requirements to the solutions are extracted.