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Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Re-birth of Principles and Learning


Prof. Robert Wilensky, at UC Berkeley teachs a class in  Digital Library Resources as a Basis for Collaborative Work Here is an overview of the current project and a Clustering demo relative to the important history of "The Fine Arts"  Kobus's official demo (in PowerPoint), including more details about the capabilities of the Multivalent Doument Browser:

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Afer your review and analysis of the above links, may be there is an interest to audit and/or register for the class for "sharing the bootstrap" after analyzing, evaluating and comparing with SDS technology?

Rod Welch wrote:

Good to hear people are learning principles and developing use
cases.  Who is teaching the class?  Are there crib notes

Progress on RDF and topic maps is good news, spurred by your book
and the bright minds engaging the problem who are now seasoned by
experience the past few years.



Jack Park wrote:
At 02:34 PM 3/8/2003, Rod Welch wrote:
Glad to see OHS/DKR coming to life as spring nears.

At the moment, ohs-talk is being used for precisely what it was intended:
hammering out underlying principles, use cases, and so forth. Everyone
here, myself included, is busy learning.

The RDF topic, itself, is an important one and really needs lots of
demonstrations in order to tease out the relative merits it brings to the
implementation table. There are some really smart people playing with both
RDF and topic maps. I think we are going to see some really powerful
implementations spring to life pretty soon now.


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