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Re: [w3photo] Image regions

From: Morten Frederiksen <mof-rdf@mfd-consult.dk>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2004 19:18:06 +0100
To: semantic-photolist@unitboy.com
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Masahide Kanzaki <post@kanzaki.com> wrote:
>>Also, I see in the logs that it is being suggested that regions should be
>>identified by URI. I'm not sure I agree on that, since as Libby pointed out,
>>regions are not directly displayable, and it paves the way for somewhat
>>easier "desctruction" of regions by mistake.
>
>Fragment id's for region seems tricky, because there are almost infinite
>combinations of coordinates in an image. I think it's reasonable to have
>rdf:ID's in annotation's region constructs. I mean, not:
> <Region rdf:about="image-uri#fragID">
>but:
> <Region rdf:ID="idInAnnotation">
That's a good idea, for constructing the URIs, even though URIs are
opaque anyway...

>>However, that would make it possible for a friendly service to add
>>boundingBox properties to regions that didn't have them already...
>You mean a third party can add boudingBox to the annotation without it ?
Yep, that's what I thought.

>Maybe that's an idea. And I think idInAnnotation can help this. Make sense ?
Indeed, URIs are necessary for this scenario, but I'm still not sure it
doesn't have drawbacks...


Regards,
Morten Frederiksen
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