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Topic Maps and OWL

Forum Contribution, veröffentlicht von Steven R. Newcomb, Jack Park, Peter Yim und Michael Daconta am 02.01.2004

This thread is about some issues of Topic Maps and OWL.

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This looks like a discussion a lot of us will benefit from.

Both Topic Maps and OWL became “front runners” for good reasons. While there may be applications where both may be (almost equally) suitable, each of these approaches would be better suited for certain applications.

What are those reasons (for their adoption so far)?

What are the applications (best suited to each)?

Where are the areas where they are pitched against one another (as well as other approaches)?

Could those of you who are spending time on these issues throw some light on the matter, please.

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Steven R. Newcomb

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Steven R. ist Projektleiter von Versavant.

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