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Bullard, Claude L (Len) <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I agree with that. It does have a graph model which is
> what I thought the question was.
Nah, that would be too easy... :-)
> Overloading schemas? It raises the archforms question again,
> but the declarative techniques were simple.
> We're noodling at solutions for which I'm not yet convinced
> there is a market, but this is XML-Dev and we are supposed
> to do that.
Ahh, good, I thought perhaps I was just suffering from the effects of
too much caffeine and not enough breakfast just before rushing off to
lunch: I'll take standardized universal knowledge interchange and a
tuna salad on wheat berry please....
> From: Hunsberger, Peter [mailto:Peter.Hunsberger@STJUDE.ORG]
> Well RDF seems to be the answer that keeps popping up in this
> thread and as I've said, I do think it's part of the answer.
> I'm just not sure it's the complete answer. You've still got
> the problem of addressability which then drags in ontologies
> or link bases. As soon as you drag in either of those you've
> got the problem of query mechanisms and given the current
> state of the art and the amount of machinery you need to
> manage and move around to handle all that I'm not sure you
> have anything approaching a universal solution?