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Friday and Saturday March 24-25, 2006

Session I: How to Build an Ontology

Barry Smith (Moderator)

9:00am Basic Principles of Ontology Design

10:30am Coffee

11:00am Towards an Ontology for the Imaging Domain (including BIRNLex and RadLex Case Studies)

12:00 noon Kaustubh Supekar: An Overview of the Groups Represented at this Meeting

12:30pm Lunch

Session II: Imaging Terms and Relations

Daniel Rubin (Moderator)

1:30pm Participant self-introductions

2:00pm Ontologies and Terminologies in Radiology

Curt Langlois: RadLex

Maryann Martone: BIRNLex

Anand Kumar: DICOM

3:30pm Coffee

4:00pm Relations and Reasoning in Image Ontologies

Dirk Marwede: Relations in Image Ontologies and Anatomy Ontologies

Session III: Interoperability

Suzanna Lewis (Moderatrix)

9:00am Towards Interoperability of Image Ontologies

Matthew Fielding: From RadLex to RadiO

William Bug: BIRN's Image Ontology Requirements

10:30am Coffee

11:00am How to Align Image Ontologies

Louis Goldberg: On Reasoning with Images

C. Forbes Dewey: Experibase

W. Lorensen: TBA

12:30pm Lunch

Session IV: Imaging Tools and Data

Ivo Dinov and Barry Smith (Moderators)

1:30pm Towards an Ontology of Imaging Tools and Data On Available Resources and Needs for Tool/Data Registry

3:30pm Coffee

David Kennedy: The Internet Analysis Tools Registry

Barry Smith: What Should an Ontology of Tools and Data Look Like?

4:00pm Ontology vs. Yellow Pages

Concluding Debate between Ivo Dinov and Peter Lyster