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Comparing DAML+OIL, RDF Schema, and XML Schema

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 From: Yolanda Gil <gil@ISI.EDU>
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We are making available a comparison table that we created to understand
the tradeoffs and differences among markup languages along common
knowledge representation requirements.  It compares XML Schema,
RDF Schema, and DAML+OIL.  For each dimension of comparison, the
table includes a description of how each language handles that issue and
hyperlinks to examples.

The comparison is available from our project web page 
http://trellis.semanticweb.org
(full path is 
http://trellis.semanticweb.org/expect/web/semanticweb/comparison.html).

We are writing a paper describing this work in detail, as a way for 
other people to
learn about semantic markup languages.  Comments and suggestions will be very
much appreciated!

Yolanda Gil and Varun Ratnakar


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   Yolanda Gil
   Senior Research Scientist and Project Leader, USC/ISI
   Research Assistant Professor, USC/CS
   gil@isi.edu, (310) 448-8794
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