Re: followup from telecon (integration of XML and RDF)

From: Peter F. Patel-Schneider (
Date: 11/21/01

From: Stefan Decker <>
Subject: Re: followup from telecon (integration of XML and RDF)
Date: Wed, 21 Nov 2001 09:23:50 -0800

> Peter,
> thanks for your answer.
> I'm still not clear if I could represent an interpretation graph
> in RDF, given the right vocabulary.
> At 06:16 AM 11/21/2001, Peter F. Patel-Schneider wrote:
> >Let me try to answer the questions I think you are asking.
> >
> >Q: Your interpretations have several kinds of arcs.
> >
> >A: Not really, there are two kinds of information needed in an
> >    interpretation, one mapping vocabulary to entities (the bold dashed arcs
> >    in the interpretation picture) and one representing relationships
> >    between entities (the skinny non-dashed arcs).
> that means two kind of relation types,
> "lucent:bold" and "lucent:skinny", right?
> Thanks,
>          Stefan

Two very different kinds of information are being conveyed by the two
different kinds of arcs, yes.


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