Krextor � An Extensible XML?RDF Extraction Framework
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: Krextor � An Extensible XML?RDF Extraction Framework
Abstract : Abstract. The semantics of an XML-based language can be specified by mapping an XML schema to an ontology, thus enabling the wide range of XML applications to contribute to the Semantic Web. The Krextor XML?RDF extraction framework proposes a practical solution to this problem, novel in its extensibility. We present its architecture and show how it can easily be extended to support additional input and output languages. 1 Introduction: Semantic Markup and RDF In the well-known and hotly debated layer cake architecture of the Semantic Web (see  for a survey of its different incarnations), XML has always been placed below RDF. This must not be misunderstood in a way that XML should only be used for encoding higher-layer formalisms like RDF or OWL in a standardized way
: Computer Science
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