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Re: Google Result in RDF

From: Seth Ladd <seth@brivo.net>
Date: Thu, 08 Aug 2002 09:31:16 -0400
Message-ID: <3D5272A4.1070807@brivo.net>
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org

> Ok. Now a relatedInformationURI Property is aviable. You can use this Property
> to initiate an new RooDolF search.

That's wonderful!  Of course, the relatedInformationPresent property 
isn't needed anymore.   To be a bit more RDF correct, the 
relatedInformation should be a property pointing to a resource (instead 
of a literal.


This is a hard problem because the resource we're talking about (a web 
page somewhere on the web) isn't really related to the above URI.  It's 
related to items inside the above URI.  So how do we say "the URI X is 
related to the resources inside URI Y." where X is a search result and Y 
is the resource of the related information page?

In fact, this is a very hard problem.  Google search results return URIs 
and information about those URIs in a Google context.  That is, the 
cachedSize property is really a property of the cached page at google, 
not the URI of the resource itself.

Maybe a better way to model this would be:

<rdf:Description rdf:about="http://www.example.com/some/real/uri/on/web">

> I don't know how to realize  such an query string with tomcat. Any Idea?
> The URI for the search is created already but for the adequat Google Search.
> So your Property hasGoogleResults
> can be described by adding the google URL.
> Do you belive it would be interesting to create a Roodolf search Url Property?

That's an excellent point.  I think I got confused as to what you are 
describing in your RDF.

Really cool project,

Received on Thursday, 8 August 2002 09:30:07 UTC

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