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Draft use case from BT

From: <alistair.duke@bt.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2007 16:42:21 -0000
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Susie asked me to send the attached to this list. It's a draft use case
description as discussed on the last call.

Using the audience segmentation suggested by Susie (i.e. industry,
application, and role) I'd say it's Telco, semantic web services,
architect / developer. I also plan to create a shorter version that is
aimed at a non-technical audience.

I'd be very interested in any feedback (say by 5th Feb).



 <<sweo case.doc>> 
P.S. If people aren't able to read word documents, please let me know.

Alistair Duke 
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