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RE: [xml-dev] 'is-a' Relationships in XML?

If it works, maybe GRDDL is the 
solution. Otherwise, maybe something similar to the OASIS 
context / value association file but with RDF or OWL classes or 
properties, etc as the 'value' would help and maybe give more 
granularity than GRDDL to the context. GRDDL associates RDF via 
XSLT with an element or type definition in the schema. 
Associating RDF or OWL with any context which can be expressed 
using XPath might be better. I'm not sure I like using XSLT to create RDF 
for a context. That might obfuscate the reverse lookup where from the 
RDF side you want to find the XPath for a given class or property or resource.


Stephen D Green

-----Original Message-----
From: rjelliffe@allette.com.au
Sent:  10/05/2010 1:10:48 am
Subject:  RE: [xml-dev] 'is-a' Relationships in XML?

>>They allow, I think, contexts beyond even parent
>>/ child. The context could be any
>>A table with one column as an
>>XPath and another as an RDFXML fragment which refers, say to a
>>RDF or OWL ontology might do it.
> Hmmmmmm ... interesting.

What about GRDDL?

Rick Jelliffe


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