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Re: Example RDF link

From: Myriam Lamolle <m.lamolle@iut.univ-paris8.fr>
Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 19:07:59 +0100
Message-ID: <eaf15ade0801211007o2b112000q2be5f7637fe01d1@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Björn Schuller" <schuller@tum.de>
Cc: public-xg-emotion@w3.org
some remarks:

   - I used use case requirements document for the "deep" representation
   example.  According to EARL,  "power" is equivalent to "potency".
   - To take into account the time notion, we can use "start" and "end"
   like in EARL but I added a second representation with "when" attribute (for
   example, emotion X starts after 5" (when?) in the file Y (xlink:href)...
   - suppress is a possible value for regulation (if you extend the base
   regulation type)
   - For Ian :  the tag annotation is equivalent to our tag emotion?

I think also that several examples will enable us to remove some ambiguities
and to propose a better solution...

Myriam


2008/1/21, Björn Schuller <schuller@tum.de>:
>
>  Hi,
>
>
>
> I tried to convert Myriam's example into flat XML according to EARL ("**"
> marks tags that are non-existant in EARL, skipped most comments …). Please
> excuse if I misinterpreted something. This does however not well reveal the
> difference between deep and flat XML structure depending on the example
> chosen. Also, there is now a difference to Ian's example sticking to 4.1.1.
> I can well provide further examples if desired, when Bill decides which
> example to stick to (for OWL, that is…).
>
>
>
> Best,
>
>
>
> Bjoern
>
>
>
> *Von:* public-xg-emotion-request@w3.org [mailto:
> public-xg-emotion-request@w3.org] *Im Auftrag von *Myriam Lamolle
> *Gesendet:* Montag, 21. Januar 2008 13:14
> *An:* Ian Wilson
> *Cc:* public-xg-emotion@w3.org
> *Betreff:* Re: Example RDF link
>
>
>
> Hi,
> you can see an example of emoxg deep structure representation online :
> http://www.iut.univ-paris8.fr/~lamolle/EMOXG/example_deep_emoxg.xml
> <http://www.iut.univ-paris8.fr/%7Elamolle/EMOXG/example_deep_emoxg.xml>
> I take into account use case requirements...
> I integrated also some global metadata (such as social environment) in the
> definition of emoxg but they don't appears in the example...
>
> For Ian,
> you wrote :
> "*RDF is primarily aimed at semantic web applications where the data is to
> be read by another application, rather than a person. It contains a lot
> of data so is heavier than XML.
> However, one useful point for what we are doing is that terms can be
> defined and referenced, as opposed to XML where the terms are your own
> construction and are not defined, so if you had an XML attribute called
> "label" you do not know if that means a "tag", a package label or a
> record label. With RDF there is a URI to where each term is defined so
> this ambiguity is resolved. Our effort has making terms unambiguous as a*
> *
> goal I think*?"
>
> I think it's possible to add semantic in the type definition in XML Schema
> Definition
> using <span class="tag"> for example to specify "label" is a tag... but
> it's not easier than RDF...
>
> Myriam
>
>  2008/1/17, Ian Wilson <ian@neon.ai>:
>
>
> I see the inline example is difficult to read with the small format of
> this mailing list view, so here is a link to the file online:
>
> http://www.neon.ai/docs/emoxgRDFexample.rdf
>
> You should be able to see this nicely in your browser or right click and
> save it.
>
> Ian
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