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Re: Word list for Glossary

From: Niklas Lindström <lindstream@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Apr 2012 19:01:16 +0200
Message-ID: <CADjV5jeJ9DEcBEOShkxfAKwHLkG1217-sEURTTwc8VCrVLFK9A@mail.gmail.com>
To: grantsr@gmail.com
Cc: public-rdfa-wg@w3.org
Hi Grant,

I did just a quick scan, but I think rdfa:usesVocabulary should also
be in there.

No more than one thread should be spent on this I think, and
preferably a wiki with comments if things proliferate.

Best regards,
Niklas


On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 7:48 AM, Grant Robertson <grantsr@gmail.com> wrote:
> Please take a look at this list of glossary words/phrases/concepts and let
> me know if any should be added. I will start writing definitions over the
> weekend. Would you like to see one definition per thread (for organized
> discussion) or one thread for all the definitions (to avoid thread
> proliferation)? I won't feel comfortable posting any of this on the internet
> (other than in the list archive) until a fair number of my definitions have
> been vetted.
>
>
> @about
> @content
> @datatype
> @href
> @inlist
> @prefix
> @property
> @rel
> @resource
> @rev
> @src
> @typeof
> @vocab
> @xml:lang or @lang
> @xmlns
> [base]
> [current object resource]
> [current property value]
> [new subject]
> [parent object]
> [parent subject]
> [skip element]
> [typed resource]
> <>
> <base>
> <link> tag
> <meta> tag
> ""  (an empty string)
> absolute IRI
> abstract representation
> array
> Attribute
> base
> blank node
> bNode
> browsing application (As differentiated from a regular web browser)
> Chaining
> child
> concatenate
> containing statements
> content model (of a host language)
> context
> CURIE  ==  Compact URI Expression
> current element
> current language
> current subject
> Datatype (in XML-Schema)
> default namespace
> default prefix  (for example, :p)
> default prefix mapping
> default terms
> default vocabulary
> defined term
> deprecated
> descendant elements
> descendent text nodes
> document
> document object
> DOM
> DOM traversal
> DOM-tree
> edge
> element (in XML, in these documents)
> empty attribute
> empty prefix (for example, :p)
> empty string ("")
> entailment
> evaluation context
> fragment
> fragment identifier
> full IRI
> function
> Graphs (in discrete math, in RDF)
> hash map
> Host Language
> HTML
> identifier
> in scope
> incomplete triple
> initial context
> instantiate
> IRI
> IRI mapping  ==  maps prefix to IRI via @prefix
> IRI References
> IRI Resources
> iterate
> iterated over
> Iteration (as a noun and a verb)
> language
> language tag
> linked list
> list
> list mapping
> list of IRI mappings
> list triples
> Literal (plain & typed)
> local default vocabulary
> local list mapping
> local list of incomplete triples
> local list of IRI mappings
> local term mappings
> locally scoped
> loop
> macro
> Mapping (as a noun)
> markup language
> media type
> metadata
> microformats
> namespace
> nested statements
> no namespace
> no prefix (for example, p)
> node
> non-conformant Host Language markup
> non-normative
> normalization
> normative
> N-Triple
> null
> object
> output graph
> OWL
> Pair (as in array pair or paired array)
> paired arrays
> parameters
> parent
> parse
> predicate
> predicate-IRI
> prefix
> prefix mapping
> processing model
> Processing Model
> Processing rules / steps
> processor graph
> processor status
> Production (in data standard terms)
> property
> QNames
> RDF
> rdf:first
> rdf:nil
> rdf:rest
> RDFa  ==  RDF in Attributes
> RDFa processor
> rdfa:context
> rdfa:Error
> rdfa:Info
> rdfa:Warning
> RDF-linked list
> RDFS
> recursion
> Reference (in context of prefixes)
> relationship
> relative IRI
> relative path
> rendered data
> reserved word
> resource
> root element
> rule
> safe CURIE
> SafeCURIEorCURIEorIRI
> schema
> schema language
> scheme
> scope
> Space (As in "X is in the Y space.")
> Statement
> step
> string
> Structured data
> structured search
> subject
> sub-routine
> syntax
> taxonomy
> term
> term mapping
> term mappings
> TERMorCURIEorAbsIRI
> test harness
> traversal
> tree
> triple
> Turtle
> type values
> unambiguous
> URI
> URL
> Vocabulary (In Information Science terms, In terms of what happens in RDFa)
> Vocabulary Expansion
> white space
> XHTML
> XHTML datatype space
> XHTML+RDFa 1.1
> XML
> XML namespace
> XML Schema
>
>
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