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Re: User defined information on the web

From: Martynas Jusevičius <martynas@graphity.org>
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2017 16:09:34 +0100
Message-ID: <CAE35Vmx7pn6prs8QO461ssZ10cseX-O6CFu1CRAQHeY565A-8A@mail.gmail.com>
To: Wolfgang Orthuber <orthuber@kfo-zmk.uni-kiel.de>
Cc: public-dwbp-comments@w3.org
TL;DR

What's your point, exactly? What specifically are you
criticising/proposing? Name document sections, specifications etc.


Martynas

On Fri, Jan 13, 2017 at 3:31 PM, Wolfgang Orthuber
<orthuber@kfo-zmk.uni-kiel.de> wrote:
> Hi, Data on the Web Best Practitioners–
>
> Today I saw https://www.w3.org/TR/dwbp. I respect the effort in detail, but
> the overall problem remains: We do not need this overhead to place
> information on the web and this is no systematic approach for user defined
> information. Users have best expertise to define useful information.
>
> It is advisable to restart from the beginning. Then we can see a better
> founded and much more efficient way for coding uniformly defined and
> precisely searchable information on the internet:
>
> Well defined information means selection from a well defined set or
> "domain". So preconditions for precise transfer of information are:
>
> (1) Well defined domain (for all participants of conversation)
> (2) Ordered domain (so that its elements are selectable by numbers)
> (3) Transfer of the (digital) numbers which show the selection in the domain
>
> If the domain is defined online, it can be identified by its URL. According
> to (2) the domain is a n-dimensional metric space - therefore I called it
> "Domain Space" (DS). Its elements are called "Domain Vectors" (DVs).
>
> Every DV carries searchable information according to user defined criteria
> and has the form
>     URL (of the standardized online definition) plus number sequence
> where the (online definition at the URL) defines the domain and the number
> sequence describes the selection. The URL can be abbreviated.
>
> The online definition can be in English. Additionally it can be in other
> languages. So the definition can be multilingual, but correctly defined data
> (DVs) are language independent, see
> http://numericsearch.com/2016_BD_presentation_short.pdf , more details
> describes http://oceanrep.geomar.de/34556
>
> Users can reuse and recombine definitions, optimize the definitions and the
> search criteria according to their expertise. Of course DVs are an internal
> form of information, optimized for hardware. For human readable
> representation of DVs adapted software has to use the (machine readable)
> online definition. But also an editor is software, so we can also program
> more elaborate software which uses a standardized machine readable online
> definition for editing DVs. In the long run efficiency of the digital
> information is decisive. Science cannot neglect this.
>
> It is possible to introduce the efficient data format (URL + numbers)
> stepwise within existing standards, but we should avoid unnecessary loss of
> time. A clearly more efficient data format is clearly recommendable.
>
> Best Regards
>
> Wolfgang Orthuber
> Kiel University, UKSH
> Arnold Heller Str. 3, House 26 | 24105 Kiel | Germany
>
>
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