At 16.25 -0700 01-06-15, Biron,Paul V wrote:
>Rather than have the rest of us guess as to the intended
>content of the
>information you interested in, can you provide us with a
>little more detail
>about your use case. In addition to the information content
>of the "web
>pages" themselves, can you provide some typical scenarios
>information systems" would want to exchange this information?
Sorry if I was unclear. My interest within this EU effort is
on informational pages to laymen, who ask questions like "Can
you die from the flu?" or "Is it unhealthy to eat cookies?".
An example of the kind of content we plan to develop can be
found at http://salut.nu/en/answers/food-sugar.htm. That
document is in HTML format, not in XML format, but we are
planning to specify an XML format with similar content.
Each table row in that page would correspond to one XML
Note: http://salut.nu/en/answers/food-sugar.htm is not in
a format to be shown to users, except for the content in
the "Title" and "Answer" table cells.
Jacob Palme <[log in to unmask]> (Stockholm University and KTH)
for more info see URL: http://www.dsv.su.se/jpalme/