Eric Lease Morgan wrote:
> What process would I need to go through in order to expose sets of RDF
> files as linked data?
> Given I have these RDF files and I am able to easily update them (more
> or less), what are some of the things I need to do in order expose
> them more systematically and in a way that can truly be called linked
>  http://infomotions.com/etexts/literature/english/1500-1599/more-utopia-221.rdf
It seems to me that the presence of the following tags qualifies the RDF
as linked data:
Of course, the usefulness of linked data increases drastically with the
number of dimensions along which it's linked.
I'm interested by:
Given that dc:subject is repeatable, and there doesn't appear to be
anything being said about cardinality, wouldn't this be simpler as:
Certainly the later converts to fewer tuples, since there is no bag to
track the membership of.
Your <alex:local_mirror />, <alex:concordance /> and <alex:plain_html
/> tags seem to be remarkably similar to dc.relation.isFormatOf. Maybe
you could recast these in terms of dc?
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