RDF/Infoset modelling of XML content
16:24, 13 Aug 2000 UTC | Edd Dumbill

In response to the recent surge of interest in the XML Infoset, Dan Connolly announced some work he's been doing in creating RDF representations of XML content.

Connolly's stylesheet takes XML content and transforms it into an RDF representation, per the RDF schema included in the XML Infoset specification (exampleinput and output).

The author writes:

This highlights some of the differences between the infoset data model and the XPath data model, since I'm using XPath to destructure the input.
I think it also clarifies some stuff about how xml:lang fits into the RDF model, and about how XML Schema datatypes (and structured types, for that matter) fit with RDF.

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