Re: Datatypes with no (cool) URI

2012/4/4 Phil Archer <>

> If you can construct a suitable datatype URI then use that (The HL7 terms
> have OIDs which can be given as a stable URI from a look up service)
> ...
> Incidentally, I did contact Norman Paskin at DOI who sent me a positive
> reply. DOIs for ISO standards are not ruled out and it has been discussed,
> especially in the context of CrossRef, but, as ever, it's complicated.

Phil: Are you referring to ISO21090 ??

If so:
So (cool) URI:s for ISO 21090 data types such as CD (Coded DataTypes) would
be very useful, see Jim McCusker's and my comment on one, of many blog post
on HL7 data types, by Graham Grieve an expert in HL7 and OpenEHR
A OWL representation of ISO21090 is part of an effort to transform the UML
model for Biomedical Research Integrated Domain Group (BRIDG)

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