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Thomas B. Passin scripsit:
> This way, people can use ordinary xml tools - xslt or what have you -
> and if and when it proves useful, start using rdf-aware tools as well.
> I wrote the files by hand, and then validated them against the w3c rdf
> validator to make usre I hd gotten them right.
This is exactly how and why Reuters Health has been using and publishing
metadata embedded in its stories since 2000. We use the RDF both
to classify stories for distribution to specific customers, but also
transmit them to customers wishing to do their own classification.
The ontology employed is mostly SNOMED, supplemented with ISO 3166-1,
ticker symbols, NAICS, and various home-grown codes.
Some people open all the Windows; John Cowan
wise wives welcome the spring email@example.com
by moving the Unix. http://www.reutershealth.com
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