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RE: Communal RDF Statements

From: Kirkham, Pete (UK) <pete.kirkham@baesystems.com>
Date: Fri, 06 May 2005 10:17:20 +0100
To: Daniel Zambonini <dan.zambonini@boxuk.com>, www-rdf-interest@w3.org
Message-id: <820DBA1A8ECA1D45A557AFD03CF4DEE06E5091@glkms0015>

You have to be aware of a range of use cases for SW, and I'd guess that most of the cases where you do want to have a strong explicit connection to a shared ontology (eg classifying medical data), that ontology needs to be trusted and secure, not open and wiki-like, and the cases where you don't need a strong explicit connection, people use wikipedia urls already.

There's also WordNet urls that sit somewhat in the middle ground - a close and fixed ontology, but closer to general purpose.

What do you expect people to do with the rdf?

How far would you get to your use cases by scraping wikipedia source?


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