Tutorial 1: The Open Provenance Model (full day tutorial)
Tutorial Organizers: Luc Moreau (University of Southampton), Paul Groth (Free University of Amsterdam) and Jun Zhao (University of Oxford)
Where was a document found? How was this data set produced? Were all facts included in this decision? Were all the latest figures included in this diagram? Can this scientific experiment be reproduced? Provenance matters! Provenance, which is an explicit representation of the origin of data, is important for users to be able to put their trust in data. The Open Provenance Model (OPM) is a community-driven model for provenance, which originates from the Provenance Challenge series, allowing provenance to be exchanged between systems. In this tutorial, we will introduce the rationale for OPM, its concepts and theoretical underpinnings, its concrete bindings to XML Schema and OWL, and emerging profiles. We will run through a series of small case studies exploiting OPM provenance, and we will organize a hands-on session, where a small application is OPM-enabled, provenance is generated, visualized and exploited. All examples covered by this tutorial will exploit the Java-based OPMtoolbox, the OPM XML schema, the OPM OWL ontology, or the OPM Vocabulary.
Tutorial 2: Federation of Future Internet Research & Experimentation (FIRE) Facilities ‚Äď ‚ÄúTeagle‚ÄĚ as a Tool for Generic Resource Federation (half day tutorial)
Tutorial Organizers: Sebastian Wahle (Fraunhofer FOKUS) and Konrad Campowsky (Technische Universit√§t Berlin)
Teagle is the central coordination and testbed deployment engine used for Panlab, a large scale federated experimental facility. Teagle allows the setup of distributed testbeds using ICT resources provided by Panlab. Such resources include general purpose machines, dedicated devices or complex software systems such as Next Generation Network (NGN) enablers and an Evolved Packet Core (EPC) for mobile and fixed NGN related testbeds.
Tutorial 3: Introduction to PlanetLab Europe and related measurement infrastructures (half day tutorial)
Tutorial Organizers: Scott Kirkpatrick and Elliot Jaffe (PlanetLab Europe) and Javier Aracil (ETOMIC)
In this tutorial we will provide an introduction to PlanetLab Europe (PLE) and related measurement infrastructures (ETOMIC). The aim is to provide interested researchers with a comprehensive course on how to use the infrastructures. Attendants will learn how to book PLE resources and also how to program high-resolution measurements using the ETOMIC system, which features ad-hoc hardware with tens of nanoseconds resolution.
Tutorial 4: How to develop ontologies using the NeOn Methodology and the NeOn toolkit (half day tutorial)
Tutorial Organizers: Aldo Gangemi (ISTC-CNR), Asunci√≥n G√≥mez-P√©rez (Universidad Polit√©cnica de Madrid), Valentina Presutti (ISTC-CNR) and Mari Carmen Su√°rez-Figueroa (Universidad Polit√©cnica de Madrid)
Our tutorial targets ontology modelers and engineers. The tutorial will provide guidance for the development of ontologies with respect to the
Tutorial 5: Building Semantic Mashups with Jigs4OWL (half day tutorial)
Tutorial Organizers: Thorsten Liebig (derivo GmbH) and Mario Volke (Ulm University)