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Re: Comments on Use Cases draft (1-5)

From: Fabien Gandon <Fabien.Gandon@sophia.inria.fr>
Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 10:00:29 +0100
Message-ID: <45DD5BAD.2010701@sophia.inria.fr>
To: public-grddl-wg <public-grddl-wg@w3.org>

Danny Ayers:
> *** Abstract
> See recent modifications of spec & primer abstracts.
To be done.

>
> *** Table of Contents
> The style of the titles isn't very consistent, described in separate 
> mail.
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>
> *** 1. Introduction: Data and Documents
>
> This doc is associated with the primer, so it'd be good to link to the
> RDF Primer, maybe at the end of the para beginning "The Resource
> Description Framework[RDFC04] provides..."
> http://www.w3.org/TR/rdf-primer/
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>
> [[
> RDF includes an XML concrete syntax and an abstract model. Software
> tools that use the Resource Description Framework naturally work with
> documents whose data is encoded using RDF/XML.
> ]]
> =>
> [[
> RDF is based on an abstract model but includes an XML concrete syntax
> (RDF/XML). Software tools that use the Resource Description Framework
> can generally read data encoded as RDF/XML.
> ]]
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>
> [[
> GRDDL is a mechanism for Gleaning Resource Descriptions from Dialects
> of Languages; that is, for extracting RDF data from XML documents by
> way of transformation algorithms, typically represented in XSLT.
> ]]
> add
> [[
> The results of the transformations will usually be RDF/XML documents,
> although other RDF syntaxes may be used.
> ]]
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>
> [[
> The following HTML and RDF excerpts illustrate the correspondence
> ]]
> maybe add little subtitles to separate the listings,
> HTML :
> <html...
>
> RDF/XML:
> <rdf:RDF...
>
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> [[
> The transformation algorithm used is expressed in an XSLT
> transformation, dc-extract.xsl.
> ]]
> =>
> [[
> The transformation algorithm to convert between the different formats
> can be specified using XSLT, in this case dc-extract.xsl.
> ]]
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> *** Use case #1 - Scheduling : Jane is trying to coordinate a meeting.
> [[
> Despite their different formats, the calendars of all four friends can
> be used as source documents
> ]]
> =>
> [[
> Despite their different formats, the calendars of all four friends can
> be used as GRDDL source documents
> ]]
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>
> [[
> These groups publish their calendars in various HTML-based formats:
> microformats, eRDF, RDFa, or some home-grown way to express calendar
> information.
> ]]
> =>
> [[
> These groups publish their calendars in various HTML-based formats:
> microformats, eRDF, RDFa, and other home-grown ways of expressing
> calendar information.
> ]]
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> [[
> The rendered XHTML+RDFa provides a copy- paste functionality via,
> right-clicking on an event right in the rendered XHTML+RDFa.
> ]]
> Not sure what the intent here is - can Jane's Personal Calendar read
> RDFa? Or maybe her GRDDL-enabled browser will give it her as iCalendar
> format?
Not changed (Ben could explain what he meant may be?).

> *** Use case #2: Health Care: Querying XML-based clinical data using a
> standard ontology
>
> First 3 paragraphs, minor tweaking could bring the motivation further
> up, maybe to:
> [[
> Kayode, a developer for a clinical research data management system,
> uses XML as the main representation format for their computer-based
> patient record. He currently edits the XML remotely via forms, submits
> the XML document to a unique URI for each such record over HTTP. But
> elsewhere Kayode has found RDF queries useful for investigative
> querying.
>
> He wants to use a content management system which includes a mechanism
> to automatically replicate an XML document into equivalent, named RDF
> graphs for persistence in synchrony with any changes to the document.
>
> The expense of dual representation as single-purpose XML vocabulary
> and RDF includes space and synchrony problems, but the primary value
> is being able to query both as XML and as RDF. The corresponding XML
> documents can be transformed into other non-RDF formats, evaluated by
> XPath and XPointer expressions, cross-linked by XLink or XInclude, and
> structurally validated by RELAX NG (or XML Schema). With the RDF query
> facility he can ask speculative questions using standard healthcare
> ontologies for patient records, such as the HL7 OWL ontology.
> ]]

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>
> [[
> Kayode realizes a GRDDL approach alleviates this expense
> ]]
> =>
> [[
> Kayode realizes a GRDDL approach can alleviate the expense of
> maintaining a dual representation
> ]]
>
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> *** Use case #5 - Wikis and e-learning: The Technical University of
> Marcilly decided to use wikis to foster knowledge exchanges between
> lecturers and students.
>
> The ref. link for "wikis" goes to the French Wikipedia - swap for 
> English?
>
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> I believe "learning objects" is well-known in the domain, but it would
> be good to have a reference link -
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_Object
>
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-- 
Fabien - http://www-sop.inria.fr/acacia/fabien/
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