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Making Topic Maps operational

Paper, was published by Hans Holger Rath at 2001-08-12

This paper is about Topic Maps as a new ‘data base’ approach for knowledge bases and knowledge representation.

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The Topic Map paradigm can be viewed as a new ‘data base’ approach for knowledge bases and the representation of knowledge structures. Relational databases use the query language SQL as a standardized interface between applications that implement the business logic and the database containing the relational data. The Topic Map community has expressed a need for a comparable query language for topic maps. So in May 2001 ISO JTC1 SC34 officially started a new standards initiative, TMQL (Topic Map Query Language). Why TMQL? What are the initiative’s stated requirements? What is the current standarization status? What are the use cases and application scenarios?

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