Re: Which bibtex rdfization?

Hi Knud,

We are using the SWRC ontology (from AIFB Institute in Karlsruhe, see 
[1]) in our openacademia project [3]. Michel Klein has a translator from 
BibTex at [2]. Basically, this ontology is a direct mapping from BibTex 
types and fields. What the translator is adding extra is a list to 
preserve the original order of the authors. (SWRC has an author 
property, but using only that one would loose the order of the authors.)

Please keep us posted of the ISWC metadata efforts, we would like to 



Knud Hinnerk Möller wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm in the process of generating metadata for the upcoming ISWC2006. 
> I'd like use the bibtex classification for all papers and proceedings. 
> My question now is: are there any strong opinions regarding which 
> vocabulary to use? I currently use the bibtex2rdf converter tool to 
> generate the data, which uses as the 
> default. But maybe there are better choices? I'd love to hear people's 
> opinions.
> (I tried using SWOOGLE to find popular namespaces, but the results 
> looked so obscure that I decided not to trust them.)
> Cheers,
> Knud
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