Frederick Giasson has put out
a number of interesting posts (via his blog) about a conceptual
Music Data Space (one of many Data Spaces that will ultimately
permeate the Semantic Data Web). Anyway, While reading his initial
Music Domain URIs and Linked Data, it occurred to me that by
only exposing the raw RDF instance data (RDF/XML format in this
case) via URIs for: Diana Ross, Paul McCartney, The Beatles, and
Madonna, the essence of the post may not be revealed to all, so
I've knocked up a few demos to illustrate the core message:
Note: the enhanced hyperlink (typed data link) lookup
presents options to perform an Explore (all data about subject
across Domains in the data space i.e. data links to and from
Subject), Dereference (specific data in the Subject's Domain i.e.
data links originating from subject).
I built these Linked Data Pages by simply doing the
About this entry:
Author: Kingsley Uyi Idehen
Published: 05/25/2007 22:57 GMT-0500
Modified: 02/04/2008 23:20 GMT-0500
Tags: ajax , rdf , xml , semanticweb , sparql , oat , DataSpace , unified_storage , dataspace
Categories: Demos , SQL , Semantic Web
Comment Status: 1
When clicking on a URI and getting the Explore option, the list
of further links is massive. How does someone know which link to
pursue to best answer their query?
This document is empty and basically useless. It is generated by a web service that can make some statements in HTML Microdata format.
This time the service made zero such statements, sorry.