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The '''PROFILES''' working groups are focused on
 
The '''PROFILES''' working groups are focused on
# developing the standards for storing '''user needs & preferences'''
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# developing the '''standards''' for ''user needs & preferences'''
 
#* Contributing to the ISO/IEC 24751 and  AccessForAll standards
 
#* Contributing to the ISO/IEC 24751 and  AccessForAll standards
#* Defining the standard format for the GPII REGISTRY of User Needs and Preferences
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#* Defining the '''standard format for the GPII REGISTRY''' of User Needs and Preferences
 
#* (the architecture working group is responsible for setting up that actual REGISTRY)
 
#* (the architecture working group is responsible for setting up that actual REGISTRY)
# developing standard descriptors / items for the User Needs and Preferences REGISTRY
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# developing/maintaining the '''Common descriptors / items''' in the User Needs and Preferences REGISTRY
 
#* for both interfaces and for materials/resources
 
#* for both interfaces and for materials/resources
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# Developing '''Ontologies''' to make it easier to understand and work with the User Needs and Preferences.
  
  

Revision as of 22:08, 22 March 2012

The PROFILES working groups are focused on

  1. developing the standards' for user needs & preferences
    • Contributing to the ISO/IEC 24751 and AccessForAll standards
    • Defining the standard format for the GPII REGISTRY of User Needs and Preferences
    • (the architecture working group is responsible for setting up that actual REGISTRY)
  2. developing/maintaining the Common descriptors / items in the User Needs and Preferences REGISTRY
    • for both interfaces and for materials/resources
  3. Developing Ontologies to make it easier to understand and work with the User Needs and Preferences.


The work in this group is currently broken up into three sub groups

  1. User preferences
  2. Ontologies
  3. Matchmaking


The architecture group works closely with this group and is focused on

  1. developing Registry Tools
  2. defining the formats for communication of needs and preferences (and settings) between the various process in the GPII