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Re: RDF optimization

From: Pipian <pipian@pipian.com>
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2008 16:45:46 -0500
Cc: <semantic-web@w3c.org>
Message-Id: <8008867C-B619-4EEB-A82F-F81AD4E563E6@pipian.com>
To: "<editor@content-wire.com>" <editor@content-wire.com>

On Jan 31, 2008, at 2:29 AM, <editor@content-wire.com> <editor@content-wire.com 
 > wrote:

>
> I am putting together a person schema
>
> a subset of this person schema describes the publications of this  
> person
>
> I decide to model following  bibtex metadata  conventions
>
> I am advised on foaf lists to adopt perhaps
>
> > http://www.l3s.de/~siberski/bibtex2rdf/<http://www.l3s.de/%7Esiberski/bibtex2rdf/ 
> >
> > ,
> > http://www.cs.vu.nl/~mcaklein/bib2rdf/<http://www.cs.vu.nl/%7Emcaklein/bib2rdf/ 
> >
> > ,
> > http://zeitkunst.org/bibtex/0.1/
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>
>
>
> Instead, I decide to normalised the bibtext data set to a more  
> efficient schema, and plan to
>
> base my rdf on it (see normalised schema below)
>
> is this approach sound? had anyone done it it before? does it make  
> sense?
> Thanks for comments
>
> cheers
> PDM
>
>
> TO BE RDFIZED
> PUBLICATIONS ELEMENTS/normalized bibtex (under construction)
> PUBLICATION TYPE (ARTICLE, ACADEMIC/SCIENTIFIC ARTICLE, CONFERENCE  
> PROCEEDINGS BOOK, BOOKLET, MASTERTHESIS, PHDTHESIS, REPORT, OTHER)
>
> PUBLICATION DETAILS (
>
> AUTHOR
>
> TITLE
>
> PUBLISHER
>
> YEAR
>
> VOLUME
>
> URI
>
> ISBN
>
> ISSN
>
> DOI)
>
>
>
> discussion here
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> http://groups.google.com/group/foafx
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>
Take a look at the bibliontology specification at <http://wiki.bibliontology.com/ 
 > and with a mailing list at <http://groups.google.com/group/bibliographic-ontology-specification-group 
 >.  That ontology covers a lot of the same information you wish to  
cover and is seeking to be a superset of BibTeX with some conversion  
examples.

Ian
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