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Re: Question related to generation of normative JSON responses

From: Joakim Söderberg <joakim.soderberg@ericsson.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Nov 2011 17:25:36 +0100
To: Florian Stegmaier <florian.stegmaier@googlemail.com>
CC: "public-media-annotation@w3.org" <public-media-annotation@w3.org>, "tmichel@w3.org" <tmichel@w3.org>
Message-ID: <CAF072EA.1ABE%joakim.soderberg@ericsson.com>
Hi Florian,
Thanks for observing this. My take is:
1) The RDF file should contain all four attributes: Actors,
Actors_Display, Advisories and Director
2) The "locationName" contain US, not locator property. In the RDF file we

I will also have a look at the fragment mappings.


Note: It says in the header that I edited the file manually, that's
incorrect, it was generated by an XSLT file.

>Le 18/11/2011 13:26, Florian Stegmaier a écrit :
>> Dear all,
>> I tried to create valid and normative JSON responses for the examples
>>specified for the ontology test suite, but unfortunately it seems to me
>>that there is somehow inconsistency present between examples and mapped
>> I have started with CableLabs, but there are a few things, that are
>>quiet unclear to me. My explanations rely on the CableLabs example file
>>[1] and the corresponding RDF file [2].
>> There are certain properties, that have multiple entries or multiple
>>properties to perform the mapping on. E.g., Actor has three persons - i
>>have taken all into account as contributor. Beside actors, there are a
>>few more properties listed to be expressed by contributors:
>>Actors_Display, Advisories and Director. In the actual RDF file, only
>>Actors and Directors are present. Advisories and Actors_display make no
>>real sense in this example, but an automatic conversion would generate
>>Contributors with the according values. How should we behave here? From
>>my point of view, we have to define a behavior here (adding all, adding
>>only exact if present, etc.). In the locator property of the RDF, "US"
>>is the value, but actually not specified in the Example.
>> Also i am not quite sure if the RDF document is complete. I wanted to
>>see how a fragment is expressed, but cannot find any. From my point of
>>view, i wanted to define the following as fragments:
>> <App_Data App="MOD" Name="Chapter" Value="00:00:02:00,Opening Scene"/>
>> <App_Data App="MOD" Name="Chapter" Value="00:15:12:00,They Meet"/>
>> <App_Data App="MOD" Name="Chapter" Value="02:03:06:00,The Collision"/>
>> <App_Data App="MOD" Name="Chapter" Value="02:55:15:00,She Goes Under"/>
>> <App_Data App="MOD" Name="Chapter" Value="03:02:09:00,Final Scene"/>
>> Someone who could help me with that?
>> [1] 
>> [2] 
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