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RE: a question on use of RDF

From: Paskin, Norman <n.paskin@doi.org>
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 1999 12:14:17 +0100
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A framework which can provide this, and other metadata requirements for
e-commerce, is INDECS (Interoperability of Data in E-Commerce Systems).  I
recommend anyone who is seriously interested in structured metadata (about
people and other entities) to take a look at
One of the things they are working on is a proposal for practical solutions
for the unique recognition of "people" (human and corporate entities) given
different identities in different schemas.

INDECS plans to have RDF implementation.  There is also a forthcoming
conference ("Names, Numbers and Networks") in Washington which will be of
interest to many readers of this list

Norman Paskin (n.paskin@doi.org)

-----Original Message-----
From: Charles McCathieNevile [mailto:charles@w3.org]
Sent: 24 September 1999 17:40
To: Sankar Virdhagriswaran
Cc: www-rdf-interest@w3.org
Subject: Re: a questioin on use of RDF


Are yu thinking of something like dublin core, but more particularly
informative about the publisher/author of the site?

Charles McCN

On Fri, 24 Sep 1999, Sankar Virdhagriswaran wrote:
  The problem I would like to address is the meta-data description about a
  site (yes, I do mean site - not a page nor the structure of the web site
  we can go there later, but KISS is what I am going after). I want to have
  individuals, companies, organizations, etc. describe some thing about
  themselves in an RDF description. An individual can think of it as his/her
  business card. A corporation or private organization can think of it as
  information they file to a governmental body when they get incorporated. A
  Governmental institution can think of it in a similar fashion. Maybe a
  semantic search engine will then index sites based on the information
  provided in these "Calling cards".
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