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Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist by James Hendler, Dean Allemang

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CHAPTER 8 Using RDFS-Plus in the Wild

We have seen a number of examples of the use of RDFS-Plus modeling for merging information from multiple sources in a dynamic and flexible way. In this chapter, we describe two extended uses of the RDFS-Plus constructs. Both of these applications of RDFS-Plus have attracted considerable user communities in their respective fields. Both of them also make essential use of the constructs in RDFS-Plus, though often in quite different ways. These are real modeling applications built by groups who originally had no technology commitment to RDFS or OWL (though both were conceived as RDF applications).

In both cases, the projects are about setting up an infrastructure for a particular web community. The use of ...

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