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RE: Subdivision of Concept Schemes

From: Bernard Vatant <bernard.vatant@mondeca.com>
Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2005 17:03:22 +0100
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Alistair

> I had thought about something like this, but wasn't sure if it should be done
> with new vocab in SKOS Core, or with existing vocab from elsewhere.  There is
> the dc:isPartOf / dc:hasPart property pair.  There is also the option to
> declare classes of concepts as OWL restrictions on the skos:inScheme property
> (as you did in another email) and declare one class to be a subclass of another.

Good remarks. Indeed I'd rather buy the latter solution. BTW do you think it would be a
good idea to somehow document such (best) practices when using OWL along with SKOS? And
where? In the SKOS-Core guide? or in some other note?

Bernard

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