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RE: Fracturing of identifiers (How many "The Matrix" are there?)

From: Leo Sauermann <leo@gnowsis.com>
Date: Tue, 10 Feb 2004 16:16:25 +0100
To: "'Patrick Stickler'" <patrick.stickler@nokia.com>, "'ext Sandro Hawke'" <sandro@w3.org>
Cc: <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>, "'Jeff Thompson'" <jeff@thefirst.org>
Message-ID: <001401c3efe8$d9794380$0501a8c0@ZION>

> >> dmoz.org has identifiers for movies, and so does 
> tap.stanford.edu.  
> >> For examp
> >> le,
> >> dmoz.org uses "Top/Arts/Movies/Titles/M/Matrix_Series/Matrix,_The"
> >> and tap.stanford.edu uses 
> "http://tap.stanford.edu/data/MovieMatrix"
> >> and there may be others.
> >>
> > The flip side is that you CAN say owl:sameAs on the Semantic Web.
> >
> >       -- sandro
> >
> Right, and it is issues such as these that provide opportunities
> for the development of services which add value to knowledge
> harvested from the web -- by categorizing/qualifying/equating
> according to some unifying ontology/ontologies, which results
> in more effective knowledge discovery.
> Patrick

not to forget
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0133093/ rdfs:label "Matrix, The".

So I want to add something here:
A useful URI is a URI that can be found in 10 secs by 


think of this for a minute.
therefore I would recommend to also use above URI.

as to owl:sameAs I would say that there is no central authority there
but some popular uris will evolve. 
Like wordnet or wikipedia has proven as popular thing to identify terms
in semantic web, so people can say their terms are owl:sameAs some
popular url.

 -- Leo
Received on Tuesday, 10 February 2004 10:15:59 UTC

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