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Re: Defining subsets of existing OWL / RDF-S vocabularies in another vocabulary?

From: Golda Velez <w3@webglimpse.org>
Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2007 14:07:28 -0700
To: semantic-web@w3.org
Cc: "Golda Velez" <w3@webglimpse.org>
Message-Id: <200710051407.28989.w3@webglimpse.org>

On Friday 05 October 2007 03:12, editor@content-wire.com wrote:
> 
> Golda
> >> you have authority to map an external schema to your internal one, if 
> >> that
> >> suits you
> >> using xslt or other mapping tools
> >
> > Is there any place where mappings like this are collected/published, when 
> > they
> > are made public?  I have a feeling that simplified subsets of standard
> > ontologies are going to be important for widespread use.
> >
> I dont think maps to internal schemas are made public, for a number of 
> reasons, general internal schemas are not neat, or not standardized, or not 
> meaningful, or confidential, or a combination of the above -  but it would 
> be nice to have a set of samples
> as a reference

Oh - what I meant wasn't so much mappings to internal schemas, but simplified 
mappings onto existing public schemas.  ie suppose I only ever use the 
elements

	dc:title
and
	owl:sameAs

in my (extremely simple) schema.  Can I publish this 'useful simplified 
subset' anywhere for others to share?

--G
 
> 
> PDM 
> 
> 

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