An Ontology level is needed XML Ontology 256 imports Ontologies add • Structure • Constraints • mappings imports XML Ontology 1 XML Ontology 42 = <> We need a way to define ontologies in XML So we can relate them So machines can understand (to some degree) their meaning
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MEMOS MERCHANDISE & SERVICES RECEIVED BY ITCC THROUGH JUNE 30 Entry on FAAINVE Encumbrance exists in FY 2013-14 Calendar date June 1 - June 30 Pay against encumbrance with June transaction date Calendar date July 1 – July 8 Pay against encumbrance with June transaction date Merchandise & services 30 Encumbrance exists in FY 2014-15 No Encumbrance Reduce encumbrance with Pay as a direct pay July transaction date; then with June received by ITCC through June pay as direct pay with transaction date June transaction date Reduce encumbrance with July transaction date; then pay as direct pay with June transaction date Pay as a direct pay with June transaction date Rolled encumbrance or new encumbrance created in FY 2014-15 No Encumbrance Reduce encumbrance with July transaction date; then pay as direct pay with June 30 transaction date Pay as a direct pay with June 30 transaction date Pay against encumbrance with July transaction date/ Reverse FT1 JV with July transaction date. Pay as a direct pay with July transaction 26 date/Reverse FT1 JV with July transaction date. July 11: Encumbrance roll to FY 2014-15 Entry on FAAINVE Encumbrance no longer exists in FY 2013-14 (Central Office only) Calendar date July 14 & later (Regions) Calendar date July 14 & later If material amount, create FT1 JV with June 30 transaction date to accrue expense & liability
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Date object constructor for date 7/24/1949 Date object constructor for date 3/12/1988 Employee object constructor: Bob Jones Jones, Bob Hired: 3/12/1988 Birth date: 7/24/1949 Test Date constructor with invalid values: Month 14 invalid. Set to month 1. Day 35 invalid. Set to day 1. Date object constructor for date 1/1/1994 Date object destructor for date 1/1/1994 Employee object destructor: Jones, Bob Date object destructor for date 3/12/1988 Date object destructor for date 7/24/1949 Date object destructor for date 3/12/1988 Date object destructor for date 7/24/1949 Outline Note two additional Datefig07_10.cpp objects constructed; no output output (1 of 1) since default copy constructor used. Destructor for host object Destructor Employee’s manager runsfor before member object hireDate. Destructor for Employee‘s destructors for member Destructor for Date member object birthDate. objects hireDate and object Destructor for Date object hire. birthDate. birth.  2003 Prentice Hall, Inc. All rights reserved. 31
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1. Insert students’ names in alphabetical order Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name
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But there are many schemas XML Schema file 1               XML Schema file 42 <speaker> <time> <location> <abstract> <biosketch> <host> after Frank van Harmelen and Jim Hendler
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There’s no way to relate schema XML Schema file 1      XML Schema file 42     <speaker> <time> <location> <abstract>      Either manually or automatically. XML Schema is weak on semantics.
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Burn Rate Calculations Without Commitments (Box unchecked): Budgeted Burn Rate: Total funded budget / ((project end date- project begin date)/30) Actual Burn Rate: If project end date has passed: Total expenditures (Actuals, F&A, Fringe) / ((project end date- project begin date)/30) Otherwise: Total expenditures (Actuals, F&A, Fringe) / ((Today-project start date) / 30) Allowable Burn Rate for Remainder: If Today > (project end date = 90 days): Default to 0 If ( (project end date – today) /30 ) < 1 Default to (Total Budget –Total Expenditures) Otherwise: (Total Budget –Total Expenditures) / ((project end date – today) / 30) Over/Under: (Actual_burn_rate / budgeted_burn_rate)
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Burn Rate Calculations With Commitments (Box checked): Budgeted Burn Rate: Total funded budget / ((project end date- project begin date)/30) Actual Burn Rate: If project end date has passed: Total (Expenditures + Commitments) / ((project end date- project begin date)/30) Otherwise: Total (Expenditures + Commitments) / ((Today-project start date) / 30) Allowable Burn Rate for Remainder: If Today > (project end date = 90 days): Default to 0 If ( (project end date – today) /30 ) < 1 Default to (Total Budget – (Total Expenditures + Commitments)) Otherwise: (Total Budget – (Total Expenditures + Commitments) / ((project end date – today) / 30) Over/Under: (Actual_burn_rate / budgeted_burn_rate)
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Execution of Individual Projects • • • Each project is executed by a Project Team. For medium and large projects, Project Manager, Project Scientist and Project Engineer roles will be defined (may be combined into one or two individuals). – Project Manager: The Project Manager is ultimately responsible for the overall success of the project. Manages the project budget and staffing allocations, sets the project schedule. Responsible for arranging project reviews, providing status reports, and so on. Represents the project to the GBT Project Planning Committee. – Project Scientist: Responsible for setting the scientific requirements of the project, and ensuring that they are met. – Project Engineer: Responsible for the technical aspects of the project. Project Scientist and Engineer assist the Project Manager in the execution of the project e.g. preparation for design reviews, and so on. Large projects might also define team leads for work packages
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Gross Requirements Plan Week 1 A. Required date Order release date B. Required date Order release date C. Required date Order release date E. Required date Order release date F. Required date Order release date G. Required date Order release date G. Required date Order release date 2 3 4 5 6 7 50 100 100 150 200 300 200 300 300 600 300 600 300 300 200 200 150 8 Lead Time 50 1 week 2 weeks 1 week 2 weeks 3 weeks 1 week 2 weeks Table 14.3 © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice Hall 14 - 35
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Create Table Backus Naur Form (BNF) Notation ::= CREATE [TEMPORARY] TABLE [IF NOT EXISTS]
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::= | {[CONSTRAINT ] PRIMARY KEY ( [{, }...])} | {[CONSTRAINT ] FOREIGN KEY [] ( [{, }...]) } | {[CONSTRAINT ] UNIQUE [INDEX] [] ( [{, }...])} | {{INDEX | KEY} [] ( [{, }...])} | {FULLTEXT [INDEX] [] ( [{, }...])}
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