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Re: use of rdf for meta-data based data capture

From: Dmitri Colebatch <dim@bigpond.net.au>
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2001 16:43:08 +1100
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org
Message-ID: <Pine.LNX.4.21.0111221641160.9332-100000@dim>
hey again...

note this is not me being impatient... just thought I'd add some
info... we're going to need to query the captured info, and the more I
read, the more I think that this area (query) is what is the least
developed of rdf...  am I right in that thought?  I suppose also tied to
that is the issue of persisting captured statements... (to query)...


On Thu, 22 Nov 2001, Dmitri Colebatch wrote:

> hey list,
> firstly... archives at w3.org dont seem to be working atm, so if this has
> already been discussed, sorry (o:  a pointer to relevant threads would be
> great.
> I've just been given a requirement for a client program to collect
> structured data from users based on a meta-data set from the server
> indicating what data was required and so on (basically html, but for a
> rich client).
> I'm thinking that especially for the data coming back from the client, it
> would be a prime candidate for rdf... something along the lines of:
> "Dmitri Colebatch's" "answer" to the question "How old are you" in the
> form "User personal information" is "26"
> I've put in quotes what I see as the RDF descriptions.  I should say that
> I have only read about rdf, and not used it as yet, but am quite
> comfortable with the whole meta-data model.
> I suppose what I am asking is (a) Is this an appropriate use of RDF, and 
> (b) Are there any projects already doing this?
> cheers, and thanks for any help
> dim
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