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Re: Using DBpedia resources as skos:Concepts?

From: François-Paul Servant <francois-paul.servant@noos.fr>
Date: Mon, 12 Nov 2012 13:25:38 +0100
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Hi,

people seem to agree to keep SKOS concepts and "real world things" (such as those identified by dbPedia URIs) in separate spaces: dbPedia:Michelle_Obama is not a skos:Concept.

What property should be used to link a SKOS concept to the corresponding "real world thing"?
One suggestion in the thread is to use umbel:linksEntity. Is there agreement on a given property?

Are SKOS concepts to be considered as "Non Information Resource"? (and must we therefore use 303-redirect for SKOS concepts identified by slash URIs?) The word "concept" seems to imply that they are. But:
<quote>skos:Concept is basically a "library business object", likely to bear properties such as Dublin Core (created, modified, creator, publisher)</quote>. It looks like they are not very different from a document: are there reasons to distinguish between a SKOS concept and the web page about it?

Thanks,

fps
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