Monthly Archives: July 2014

NLang is deadborn

My proposal for a new data description language NLang alternative to RDF is probably deadborn. I have missed the rationale: The rationale for NLang was that the data is not messed up when loading information from several files. But today … Continue reading

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A new data description language

There is RDF. Why to create a new data description language? Several RDF files (possibly downloaded from the Web and non-trusted) may be merged in such a way that it creates contradictory data. It contradicts to design goals of this … Continue reading

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New flexible recursive retrieval of XML namespaces information

As an update to the previous version of the specification I have written a new draft of Automatic transformation between XML documents with different namespaces. This updated version supports the choice of the user to download only information referenced from … Continue reading

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Recursive retrieval algorithm for XML transformations changed

About my specification on automatic transformation between XML namespaces: I have rewritten the algorithm of recursive retrieval namespace and XML transformations descriptions. The updated algorithm allows to do such things as to not to download the destination namespace at all … Continue reading

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Updates to XML transformations specification (now with Turtle)

I have rewritten my draft specification “Automatic transformation between XML documents with different namespaces“. Now it uses Turtle (instead of RDF/XML) syntax in examples. As for now, the algorithm is nearly complete (but may require error checking and also formally … Continue reading

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