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It can tell you what the query space of a document
family is for starters. Consider that most ad hoc
query engines use tables of the names to build the
select boxes of the GUI. There is more to it than
that, but so far so good. If one knows a document
is of some structured type, it's a good place to start
in searching. However, I am not so convinced that a
semantic web is equal to a search space. It seems to me
that topic maps are a better place to start.
From: Murali Mani [mailto:mani@CS.UCLA.EDU]
I had a question:
What role does XML Schema play in semantic web?
In specific, do you think search engines will use XML Schemas at all?? Or
are there other applications of semantic web that will use XML schemas??