parid0281 | Sat, 22 Feb 2003 14:27:04
knowledge represented by topic maps
subjects represented by topic maps
Reserve "knowledge" for the marketing sections only, please!
parid0281 | Sat, 22 Feb 2003 14:14:08
(delete) No value-add over the objectives of topic maps generally. What would be valuable is a statement of how these desiderata or principles (Svenonius) achieve the objectives. ("Why?")
parid0281 | Sat, 01 Mar 2003 16:30:41
the effort and expense involved in amalgamating the knowledge represented by topic maps that conform to single and multiple TM Applications can be minimized, while the consistency of the knowledge represented by the resulting amalgamated topic maps can be maximized, without information loss, and with the greatest possible achievement of the Subject Location Uniqueness Objective by automatic means.
These are benefits of the requirements, not relevant to the requirements.