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You need to say more about what you need to accomplish. For example, why
consider using DAML+OIL when straight RDF would do?
> I'm working on an application at the moment and the current phase
> requires me to look at ways of describing & categorize (etc) the
> resources that used by the application.
> I have following RDF/DAML, OIL for a good while now, but XTM is not
> something i have spent much time looking in to.
> However, I have now read quite a few papers and even one or two on
> Does anyone have any views to share (talk abotu a rhetorical question)
> from real experiences of using these. I have read some "how to use XTM
> in RDF" etc..., but if one offers what i need then i wil go with that.
> My opinion is biased towards RDF/DAML+OIL just now, but i would like
> some views on the pros and cons of both before i make a final decision.
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