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Re: What should we call RDF's ability to allow multiple models to peacefully coexist, interconnected?

From: Kip Hampton <khampton@totalcinema.com>
Date: Fri, 07 Mar 2014 10:12:44 -0800
Message-ID: <531A0C1C.50507@totalcinema.com>
To: semantic-web@w3.org
It may not fit precisely, but a word I often use to convey that idea is 
'composability'.

On 3/7/14 8:20 AM, David Booth wrote:
> I -- and I'm sure many others -- have struggled for years trying to
> succinctly describe RDF's ability to allow multiple data models to
> peacefully coexist, interconnected, in the same data.  For data
> integration, this is a key strength of RDF that distinguishes it from
> other information representation languages such as XML.   I have tried
> various terms over the years -- most recently "schema promiscuous" --
> but have not yet found one that I think really nails it, so I would love
> to get other people's thoughts.
>
> This google doc lists several candidate terms, some pros and cons, and
> allows you to indicate which ones you like best:
> http://goo.gl/zrXQgj
>
> Please have a look and indicate your favorite(s).  You may also add more
> ideas and comments to it.  The document can be edited by anyone with the
> URL.
>
> Thanks!
> David Booth
>
>
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