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Subject: RE: [oasis-charter-discuss] Re: OIC Pre-Launch Teleconference

Hi Darrel,

If I understand your question right,  I think you are asking how what
we're proposing to do differs from the semantic Web for orchestration.
What is different in MOX than the Semantic Web is that XML Schema
contains semantics that can be formalized into owl and RDF.  The
semantic Web stack simply states that RDF/owl annotates XML Schema.  On
the other hand, MOX aims to specify how RDF/owl are produced from XML
Schemas. Another difference is that mapping relations in the semantic
Web can be applied onto ontologies.  Using MOX, mapping relations can
be applied on XML schemas and ontologies.  MoX also specifies how
mapping relations generate mediation code which is not the purpose of
the Semantic Web.
I hope this helps.  Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thanks, Marwan
* from: "Thomas, Darrel" <darrel.thomas@eds.com>
* To: <mary.mcrae@oasis-open.org>, <members@lists.oasis-open.org>, < >
* Date: Mon, 8 Sep 2008 11:25:54 -0500
Title: RE: [members] Proposed Charter for OASIS Semantic Mapping of XML
To Whom It May Concern,

OASIS had a TC/Member section called DCML based on the mapping of the
Semantic Web + RDF to XML for the purposes of IT Orchestration.  i
would like to understand the difference between this similar mapping
strategy - is it just the layer of purpose (i.e., at the services layer
vs. the IT layer)?  Is it more generic, and isnt it somewhat rework?

pls clarify,


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