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RE: WSIO vs. Semantic Web

RE:  WSIO vs. Semantic Web
Yeah, that's a rabbit trail today.  It just hit 
me that it is an interesting approach to the 
problem of having the same web service with 
different vocabularies per service type.  It 
is almost a topic map for the service semantics.

But I am also brain fried.  Stayed up too late 
rehearsing and Steely Dan is full of fat chords.
I should stick Agnetha, Benny, Bjorn and Anni-Frid 
this week.


-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Prescod [mailto:paul@p...]

"Bullard, Claude L (Len)" wrote:
> Isn't an architectural form a means to
> establish a reference group that uses a
> set of overlapping but distinct vocabularies?

My brain is working on too many fronts to add architectural forms today.
I'm not trying to be glib. It is certainly the case that architectural
forms are designed to solve many of the hairy ontological problems that
plague information systems. I can't say much more than that without


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