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== Relevant work ==
 
== Relevant work ==
  
* Extending the simple knowledge organization system for concept management in vocabulary development applications. Joseph T. Tennis, Stuart A. Sutton. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/116332034/HTMLSTART
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* Extending the simple knowledge organization system for concept management in vocabulary development applications. Joseph T. Tennis, Stuart A. Sutton. http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/fulltext/116332034/HTMLSTART (see also "Previous discussions" section below)
  
 
* DDC, SKOS, and Linked Data on the Web. Michael Panzer. http://www.oclc.org/news/events/presentations/2008/ISKO/20080805-deweyskos-panzer.ppt http://dewey.info/
 
* DDC, SKOS, and Linked Data on the Web. Michael Panzer. http://www.oclc.org/news/events/presentations/2008/ISKO/20080805-deweyskos-panzer.ppt http://dewey.info/
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* The Changeset ontology defines a set of terms for describing changes to resource descriptions http://vocab.org/changeset/schema.html
 
* The Changeset ontology defines a set of terms for describing changes to resource descriptions http://vocab.org/changeset/schema.html
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== Previous discussions ==
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* "Modeling change in and between schemes using SKOS - the problem of persistent URIs", public-esw-thes, August 2006 http://markmail.org/thread/o6mfnrzatawebkek
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* "Revisions and changes in SKOS", public-esw-thes, September 2008 http://markmail.org/thread/asun6mi7c6m2y6ef
  
 
== Related Issues ==
 
== Related Issues ==

Revision as of 19:01, 7 April 2010

The problem

Representing temporal evolutions of concept schemes and their content. Versioning.

Relevant work

Previous discussions

Related Issues

  • Linking SKOS concepts to other representations of the same referent. See the foaf:focus proposal. Different versions of a concept have the same focus, either across different concept schemes, or across different versions of the "same" concept scheme.

People interested in this issue

Bernard Vatant, Antoine Isaac, Joachim Neubert, Hacene Cherfi, Charles Teissèdre