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Re: Ontologies for real estate?

From: Sampo Syreeni <decoy@iki.fi>
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2011 22:34:22 +0200 (EET)
To: AzamatAbdoullaev <abdoul@cytanet.com.cy>
cc: Brandon Schwartz <brandon@boomajoom.com>, semantic-web@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.4.64.1101172228590.19812@lakka.kapsi.fi>
On 2011-01-14, AzamatAbdoullaev wrote:

> As a general introduction, see B. Smith's "The Metaphysics of Real 
> Estate", [...]

I'd rather say, go with the very basics of it and brew your own. No 
common ontology for that exists. Existing geolocation vocabularies can 
be used for where things *are*. Streets and thoroughfares can be 
inferred from them when properly tagged. So can houses, given their 
geometry. Then, just tag them with their zoning status, current 
esimated/real value, and their "content" as a housing unit. The last 
part requires you to put up yet another vocabulary -- but it's dead 
simple in the Semantic Web. Just Do It. ;)
Sampo Syreeni, aka decoy - decoy@iki.fi, http://decoy.iki.fi/front
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