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OFTOPIC: Talks by John Sowa

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  • Subject: OFTOPIC: Talks by John Sowa
  • From: "Bullard, Claude L (Len)" <clbullar@i...>
  • Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 12:57:41 -0600

john sowa
Some very smart slides from John Sowa of 
possible interest to the KR community and 
to XML aficionados.  Off topic to the extent 
this isn't about XML development.  On topic 
to the extent that XML is mentioned several 
times.  Dead on topic to the extent that 
URIs map to whatever they map to depending 
on whose model is trendy this week.

"Terminologies, Ontologies, Methodologies, and Frameworks"


"Common Logic -- a Framework for a Family of Logic-Based


"Task-Oriented Semantic Interpretation",


I recommend the last one above for anyone 
who wonders why given the working nature of 
URIs On The Web, the debate about what they 
identify continues unabated.

It is good to see what the authorities 
on the off topics are talking about.



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