Interesting case about profiles of profiles

Hi everyone,

I'm in a workshop on semantic interoperability [1]. And there's some interesting stuff on profiling, notably a presentation from Michiel De Keyzer working on public service registries.
The vocabulary they use, CPSV [2] is an application profile of another vocabulary, CPSV [3]. And that application profile is in turn specialized into many profiles, either local or specific to a sector.

The interesting point it that these 'profiles of the profile' are more numerous than the profiles of the base vocabulary. In a way, the original vocabulary lives rather through the first profile than on its own.

It doesn't change our requirement for allowing profiling on several levels, but I though it enlightening to see that it can be confirmed to such extreme point...




Received on Thursday, 18 October 2018 10:26:22 UTC