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Re: RDF Interpretation of XML documents (was Re: [xml-d


Re:  RDF Interpretation of XML documents (was Re: [xml-d
Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:

> one 
>may want to know the document type to determine if a set of 
>rules can be created to cover issues such as the meaningfulness 
>of the containment relationships.   It seems that less and less 
>can be done without a priori knowledge of the document type.
>

True and I wouldn't want to go through mappings between the document 
structure and it's RDF counterparts for each different case. Sounds 
inconvinient and very error prone.

>Hmmm... perhaps some other forms of KR should be investigated 
>as well.
>

One will have to map any form of KR to markup anyway, unless an XML 
serialization for it already exists so I think I'll stick to what I have 
for now ;-)

Cheers,

Manos


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