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Re: Some more Use Cases

From: Thomas Wrobel <darkflame@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 5 Nov 2010 16:29:38 +0100
Message-ID: <AANLkTikQg6wJhyV_JfSJBwwdMcUWo7c3XPxN4KNfgjDH@mail.gmail.com>
To: Whan-kyu Kim <ipapaya2@gmail.com>
Cc: public-poiwg@w3.org
This is a good point, but seems closely related to the time
specification itself.

If we can specify a range of time for a POI's existence, then the
scenario of an old building/new building in the same place can just be
dealt with by two or more separate POI's specifying the same location.
 I think  this is a fairly simple solution.

On 5 November 2010 03:12, Whan-kyu Kim <ipapaya2@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, I'm Will Kim from Ensoft.
> I've contributed some documents in OMA, ARKR(Korean organization about AR).
> I want to show some more use cases might be new use cases.
> And I'm developing some AR based smartphone services.
> 1. There was an old building, but now a new building exists.
> 2. Inside the building new Italian restaurant is open. there was Indian
> restaurant
> 3. Address of office can be changed
> I suggest there should be some historical data in POI.
> I think all physical object will be changing and moving.
> So I think a POI could have multiple historical information.
> What are differences between fixed and dynamic POIs?
> As a result,
> Data model would be changed if you agree with me:
> An anchor - centroids - data [from time, to time, centroid, description or
> tag, direct unique id(?), etc]
> And there might be currentCentroid for easy access
> Thanks for reading my use cases.
> Will Kim
> Vice President
> Ensoft co., Ltd
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