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Subject: [egov] Re: [huml] The Office of Justice Programs's (OJP) Justice XML Data Dictionay


We're agreed.

I took the liberty of including you and Duane on the list for another 
posting related to this discussion. I look forward to hearing what 
Duane thinks.


At 10:13 AM -0400 5/17/03, David RR Webber - XML ebusiness wrote:
>OK - we're on the same pages here!
>BTW - I think you should look at how storing RDFs into an OASIS Registry,
>using the classification scheme approach that OASIS provides, and
>then creating searches against that RDF could provide you with
>semantic cross-referencing.
>You can also manually setup associations across content, both
>internally and externally using the registry.
>I've CC:d Duane Nickull who can followup with you offline on these
>ideas to see how this might work.
>Always good when we can tie the work of multiple OASIS TC's
>together to produce the required solution.
>Cheers, DW.
>Message text written by Rex Brooks
>What I am thinking now is how a tool that produces the kind of
>registry you describe would be very useful when applied to resources
>from an rdf schema that accompanies a given specfication, for those
>resources that can be used by such a tool, to produce quick
>comparisons from which an application developer could choose the best
>set for a given application.

Rex Brooks
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