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Dienstag, 8. Juni 2004
lifehacks2.txtBEA's Bosworth Brews Alchemy. Adam Bosworth im Interview.
[create BEA Alchemy]Joshua Allen: "I think people underestimate the importance of a triple-based data model for many scenarios. Even without 'inference' and ontology mapping, the triples database is a huge win. WinFS is going to enable numerous application scenarios that simply are not practical to implement with today's technology. WinFS is not based on RDF, of course, but they both share similar data models. And, while the scope of WinFS is local and "Semantic Web" is global, the scenarios are not that different. When you start to imagine what it would be like to extend WinFS stores to publish and synchronize data with one another, or alternately imagine a "personal semantic web", you can begin to see that the visions have some serious overlap." — via Jon Udells Questions about Longhorn Part II — Völker, hört die Typed Links-Signale!
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