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> Not sure if anyone is doing this (or has thought
> about it), but it seems
> to me that if one included a reference (URI) to an
> instance of an OWL
> class (or property of a class) then that can be a
> step in the right
> So perhaps one could have:
> <Name owl-ref="www.someuri.com">Peter Smith</Name>
It is quite interesting. In fact lot of standards do
take this approach (like XML Encryption/Signature),
and they predefine some URIs that "attribute" a
"meaning" to the element's content.
There was a recent conversation titled "Non-schema
approach to web service design: comments?" in this
mailing list - I suggested the same approach to solve
the problem of conveying some semantics to the data -
either at creation time (through XSD fixed attribute
values) or at usage time.
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