[sc34wg3] Simple Topic Maps (STM): An example of
Mon, 28 Apr 2003 08:42:11 +0200
At 13:56 27.04.2003 -0400, Michel Biezunski wrote:
>"Simple Topic Maps (STM)"
>We have published this document in its incomplete state to allow the
>members of the WG3 working group to see a working example of how the
>TMM brings extensibility and modularity to Topic Maps. It is designed
>to show how differences between the needs of various users of the
>Topic Map standard can lead to both obvious and non-obvious
>differences with the SAM, as currently proposed in N0396. It is also
>designed to show that the code bases for STM users can have much in
>common with the code bases for SAM users.
This is interesting. I will try and find the time before London to
study it and understand the differences (if any) between STM and XTM.
Assuming I can find the obvious differences with the SAM, could you
tell me what the non-obvious ones are?
And is this merely an example "TMA" that has been concocted for
demonstration purposes, or is it something that is actually used in
Steve Pepper, Ontopian
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