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linking data using a different conceptual framework Was does linked data need RDF?

From: ProjectParadigm-ICT-Program <metadataportals@yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 20 Jun 2013 20:43:18 -0700 (PDT)
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When we define data in terms of source, intellectual properties attached, usage licenses and some additional we may be able to define isomorphic or homomorphic definitions similar to Linked Data with RDF as key instrument.

Increasingly data is ported over mobile and wireless networks which defines new channels of aggregating, gathering, converting and consuming data and in this environment the semantic interfacing of processes, apps and other interaction agents becomes increasingly more important.

What we need is a very generalized scheme which in a special case reduces to Linked Data RDF based.

I started a thread some 3.5 years ago about genetic algorithms that like DNA, tRNA and mRNA all have different ways of using basic building blocks with unique templates for interfacing to assemble large code segments.

Currently DNA is being looked at for data storage.

Maybe the bio-molecular world of DNA replication may provide some valuable insights into how interacting homomorphic and isomorphic systems can collectively provide a comprehensive and more diverse linked data paradigm made operational.

It makes more sense mathematically and logically, a (minimal) set of co-existing conceptual and logical frameworks each with its own operational definitions and component structures.

It is obvious that Linked Data/RDF is not the minimal set and I dare anyone to prove otherwise.

 
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