HotDAML Newsletter

From: John Flynn (
Date: 04/17/01

HotDAML Newsletter
Keeping you up to speed on happenings in the world of DAML


Tuesday, April 17, 2001 - Issue 1

New Stories:

DAML+OIL (March 2001) has been released adding XML Schema data types and 
improved documentation
DAML+OIL is a semantic markup language for Web resources. It builds on the 
previous DAML+OIL (December 2000) release W3C standards such as XML and RDF 
Schema, and extends these languages with richer modelling primitives 
commonly found in frame-based languages. 
<>See the details here

The Scientific American Article on the Semantic Web
The feature article The Semantic Web by Tim Berners-Lee, Jim Hendler, and 
Ora Lassila is now available. "The Semantic Web will bring structure to the 
meaningful content of Web pages, creating an environment where software 
agents roaming from page to page can readily carry out sophisticated tasks 
for users."  <>Read 

Mike Dean announces HyperDAML
HyperDAML is a tool which produces an HTML hypertext version of a DAML or 
RDF document, providing fragments for IDs, and links to referenced 
resources (links to referenced namespaces, classes, and properties may be 
added in the future). HyperDAML includes a CGI interface that allows 
hyper-linked traversal through multiple content and ontology pages. 
<>Test drive HyperDAML

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