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From: Greg FitzPatrick <gf@medianet.org>
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 08:39:37 +0100
To: "Jean Marc VANEL" <jean-marc_vanel@effix.fr>, <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>
Message-ID: <NCBBJIFAOLHFMAPPOLHCGEOICLAA.gf@medianet.org>
Well if you want to pursue this sound demo idea I suggest you use our sound
site, which we built for the Swedish Education Agency.

www.ljudo.com


It is free - open - and accessible using most of the languages of Europe.

I also have a schema some where which we developed under our Dublin Core
days, but typically, it was so extensive that nobody could be bothered to
fill it out:-)

You are welcome to contact me if you are interested.

Greg

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> Ämne: search for typical RDF application
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> Hello
>
> I want to make a sample of a typical RDF application.
>
> Motivation:
> I want to show RDF's potential to my developer colleagues. To
> this end, I though it nice to treat some data that they
> particuliarly like. I thought of a sound collection in a
> well-known format derived
> from mpeg :-) that we have on our intranet.
> So I'll write a RDF file with some Dublin Core properties, et
> others such as style, epoch, duration, etc, about our basic
> resources, the sounds. There would be also other RDF resources
> giving personal
> judgements about the "sounds".
>
> Basic functionalities:
>    queries on properties' values;
>    given a basic resource, get its properties list;
>    make the union (in the set theory sense) of several RDF
> statement sets; in our case union between the main RDF resource
> giving "objective" facts, and the other RDF resources giving personal
>    judgements
>
> Other functionalities:
>    drag'n drop from query result to a play list
>
> Implementation:
> I have several bricks to build this, but I'm not shure what are
> the quickest.
>    SiRPAC, SiRLI, and DATAX Java libraries for RDF
>    Dan Brickley's RDF Query in Javascript demo
> (http://www.w3.org/1999/11/11-WWWProposal/rdfqdemo.html)
>    xparse , XML parser writen in Javascript
> (http://www.jeremie.com/). Unfortunately there is no DOM API, but
> it wouldn't be difficult to add one.
>    IBM's lotusxsl Java library implementing XSLT, working as an applet
>
> Shure some of you have done something approaching ...
>
> JM
>
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>
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