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Re: Semantic Document Framework(s)

From: Ilya A. Volynets <ilya@total-knowledge.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 19:30:10 -0800 (PST)
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org, www-talk@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.4.10.10011091910450.23283-100000@alpha.total-knowledge.com>
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> From: "Arjun Ray" <aray@q2.net>
> To: <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>; <www-talk@w3.org>
> Sent: 10 November 2000 13:31
> Subject: Re: Semantic Document Framework(s)
> 
> 
> : On 9 Nov 2000 ssarkar@ayushnet.com wrote:
> : > On Thu, 09 November 2000, "Nic Ferrier" wrote:
> : 
> : >> There is a natural language that is computer parsable... I can't
> : >> remember what it's called though.
> :  
> : > Sanskrit is the language from ancient India.  It is the language
> : > of Aryans
> : 
> : Not really.  That would be the dialects that make up "Vedic", of which
> : Sanskrit is a derivative.  In fact, Sanskrit is not really a natural
> : language (as Vedic was), but a constructed one.  
> 
> : [Wildly off-topic, I know.  Sorry.]
> 
> Anyone got a DTD for Proto-Indo European? 
> 
> ;-j
> 
As russian saing goes: "Every joke has seed of joke in it".
DTD (or better said LTD -- Language Type Definition) for a human
language might be not a bad idea at all. Also Esperanto might be of
interest as well defined and structured language (though this is a guess
- -- I know nothing about it).
	Ilya.
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