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Proposal 1c (transformation domain) to address the ambiguity issue

From: Booth, David (HP Software - Boston) <dbooth@hp.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 01:56:38 -0400
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This supercedes proposal 1b.  It is the same except that parts related
to defining the notion of "complete GRDDL results" have been eliminated.

This proposal changes the input of a GRDDL transformation from an XPath
node tree to the original XML document representation, so that
transformations can control the parsing if desired.

PROPOSAL #1c: In the following existing normative text:
If an information resource([WEBARCH], section 2.2) IR is represented by
an XML document with an XPath root node R, and R has a GRDDL
transformation with a transformation property TP, and TP applied to R
gives an RDF Graph[RDFC04] G, then G is a GRDDL result of IR.
change "XML document" to "XML document D"
and "TP applied to R" to "TP applied to D".
And make corresponding changes to the informative text in section 6 and
elsewhere as needed.


 - This change does not require any changes to the test cases.

 - This is only a partial solution to the ambiguity problem, because
there would still be ambiguity in the determination of what GRDDL
transformations to apply.  (Proposal 2c further addresses that

David Booth, Ph.D.
HP Software
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