Monthly Archives: December 2003

Indiscrete variables, spectrum values and topic map occurences

Patrick Durusau posed the following issue on the Topic Maps mailing list: The more interesting case arises with location information,such as Right Ascension/Declination in astronomy, longitude andlatitude in GIS systems (and targeting systems), where finding all theoccurrences that share a … Continue reading

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And they are responsible for web architecture?….

Well ain’t that just cute: the URI that the W3C announce for their long awaited recommendation on “Web Architecture”…throws a 404 error. Oooops!Information Architecture anyone?….. 😉

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Strawman proposal for a new OASIS TC

The first sketch of a proposed OASIS TC – on semantic interoperability – has gone online…

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Information Architecture with XML

An increasing number of people are asking for copies of my slides from the XML 2003 conference last week, so I’ve made them available on the European Parliament’s Interoperability Forum at the link in the title

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W3C Web Ontology (WebOnt) Working Group (OWL)

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W3C TAG "Town Hall" meeting

XML.com: The TAG’s Town Hall [Dec. 10, 2003] I wasn’t there, but was anyone who wasn’t already involved? Does anyone care? Shouldn’t the W3C be worried by the lack of interest?

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