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From: Emmanuel Pietriga <emmanuel.pietriga@xrce.xerox.com>
Date: Thu, 16 May 2002 10:47:35 +0200
Message-ID: <3CE37227.3010805@xrce.xerox.com>
To: "Chia Liang Tien (Asst Prof)" <ASLTCHIA@ntu.edu.sg>
CC: www-isaviz@w3.org
I am not sure I understand what you expect to be able to do exactly.
Can you be more specific?

Basically, IsaViz allows you to graphically browse and edit RDF models 
represented as 2D graphs. It does not represent images or other 
multimedia resources differently than other resources if that is what 
you expect. They are represented as ellipses, as any other resource, 
linked to other entities in the graph by edges.

But it would be interesting to represented resources which have an 
inherent graphical representation (such as images) using this inherent 
representation instead of an ellipse labeled with the reousrce's URI. 
That is not the case yet, but we are considering this. Is that what you 


Chia Liang Tien (Asst Prof) wrote:

> Hi all,
> I'm pretty new to the world of RDF. My interest is in image & multimedia and we are looking at making our multimedia databases MPEG-7 compliance. I was trying to find a graphical tool for easy semantic annotation of multimedia. Am I correct to say that IsaViz will provide me with this tool??.... (the mapping of RDF to MPEG-7 XML Schema should be achievable [with some limitation] according to some articles by J.Hunter, right?)  
> .

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