Metadata Gets Mega Organized

An alliance between Good Relations and Schema.org leads to better semantic search and provides a glimmer of hope for big-data analytics.
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BethSchultz
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Re: The steady advance
BethSchultz   1/14/2013 10:56:03 AM
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Pierre, thanks for elaborating! 

Pierre DeBois
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Pierre DeBois   1/12/2013 7:36:46 PM
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Hi Beth,

Semantic search is meant to advance what search engine optimization started to do; match language usage for search for infromation with machine language - the code used to structure the information sought.  Developing a shared ontology makes the understanding more transparent and can probably help big data analyst imaging how internet-based media is being used.  This can at least strike analysts imagination for how to model effectively when internet content is a factor.

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Lyndon_Henry   1/3/2013 8:08:19 PM
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..

Beth writes


 

...the collaborative effort you describe between Schema.org and GoodRelations seems like a good, evolutionary initiative.


 

Well, yeah.  My ears pricked up at the idea of some kind of collaboration between the HTML forces and the XML forces.  XML is a lot slicker and more GUI-oriented, but HTML gives a lot more control.  

I realize this collaboration relates mainly to tags and SEO and so on, but wouldn't it be great if someday you could consolidate your HTML-based website with XML...  Just a daydream...

 

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The steady advance
BethSchultz   1/3/2013 3:58:55 PM
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Hi Pierre, I won't pretend to know too much about the semantic web and how best to organize it, but the collaborative effort you describe between Schema.org and GoodRelations seems like a good, evolutionary initiative. Can you explain more of how this can benefit in the world of big-data?

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