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Location Data URI Sets - Design and Guidance

From: John Goodwin <John.Goodwin@ordnancesurvey.co.uk>
Date: Tue, 6 Sep 2011 11:50:00 +0100
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Hi,

 

The UK Location Programme Location Information Interoperability Board
Linked Data Working Group has published a paper that provides design
considerations and guidance for the development and maintaince of
linked-data Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) sets for Location data
including:   the publication of INSPIRE spatial-objects, associated
linked-data vocabularies and for URI based thematic referencing of
associated "real-world phenomena".

 

See more here:
http://location.defra.gov.uk/2011/09/location-data-uri-sets-design-and-g
uidance/ 

 

Thought this might of interest to some members of the list.

 

John

 

Dr John Goodwin 
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