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xml(s), rdf(s), daml+oil: search for comparing papers / usage of daml+oil/owl

From: David Greiff <david.greiff@imk.fraunhofer.de>
Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 13:36:39 +0100
Message-ID: <3DCA5E57.6040003@imk.fraunhofer.de>
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org

hello rdf-world,

i'm searching for any articles or notes about comparisons of the 
features and capabilities the semantic-enabling languages xml(s), rdf(s) 
and daml+oil/owl provide, especially with the focus of capabilities to 
integrate heterogeneous data.

another focus of my interest are papers dealing with the the usage of 
daml+oil in real scenarios and a presentation of its results 
(experiences, lessons learnt etc.).

i already know following papers regarding the first part of my concern:

Jane Hunter and Carl Lagoze:
Combining RDF and XML Schemas to Enhance Interoperabilitv
Between Metadata Application Profiles						Proceedings of WWW10, May 1-5, 2001, Hong Kong
[XML schemas in addition to rdf usage in order to combine the benefits 
each language has, because xmls and rdf complement each other in a 
suitable way]

M. Klein, D. Fensel, F. van Harmelen, and I. Horrocks.
The Relation between Ontologies and Schema-languages:
Translating OIL-specifications in XML-Schema.					In Proceedings of the Workshop on 
Applications of Ontologies and Problem-Solving Methods, 2000.
[comparison of xmls and oil; transformation and analoga; reference to 
relational databases]

Yolanda Gil and Varun Ratnakar:
A Comparison Of (Semantic) Markup Languages					Proceedings of the 15th international 
FLAIRS Conference,
Pensacola Beach, Florida, USA, May 14-16, 2002
[comparison of xmls, rdfs, daml+oil concerning expressiveness for 
semantic markup; tabular overview with some languages features; ]

Lars Marius Garshol:
Topic maps, RDF, DAML, OIL - A comparison					in proceedings of XML 2001, Montreal, Canada, 
August 2001
[comparison, especially referring to possible transformations between 
the different languages]


thanks for your advice!


david greiff

David Greiff, IMK.NetMedia
Fraunhofer Institut für Medienkommunikation
Schloß Birlinghoven B3-236 Tel.: +49/2241/14-1971
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