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

stephengreenubl@gmail.com wrote:
> 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.
I suppose your generated RDF could contain a link back to the 
xs:template, by which the XPath (and any priorities) could be 
retrieved.  something like

<xs:template id="T1"  match="s/n/a/f/u">
    <rdf:RDF  rdf:about = "{concat( $GRDDL-URL, "#T1") } "   ...

Rick Jelliffe

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