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By: Rinke Hoekstra » Converting BibTeX to RSS feeds:

Tue, 15 Jan 2008 08:38:16 +0000

[...] project to generate RSS feeds of the documents in their RDF triple store. See also Ivan Herman’s blog post on this [...]

By: Knud Möller

Tue, 29 May 2007 11:19:12 +0000

Beginning with ISWC2006, we also use SWRC (with some additions as suggested by Peter Mika) for the metadata corpora of ISWC and ESWC. The plan is to have all conference metadata available through one service, which is currently being set up at Cheers, Knud

By: BibTeX in RDF « Aman’s Blog

Mon, 16 Apr 2007 05:21:25 +0000

[...] April 16, 2007 at 5:07 am · Filed under bibliography management, RDF, Semantic web BibTeX in RDF « Ivan’s blog [...]

By: Peter Mika

Tue, 16 Jan 2007 12:33:37 +0000

Ivan, Check out our openacademia project at [1], our web-enabled, semantics-based publication management system. We are using a BibTeX serialization that is RSS 1.0 (so also RDF), uses the ontoware vocabulary, but fixes the major flaw you mention (loss of the order of author names, and also editor names). The format is called BuRST and described at [2]. Cheers, Peter [1] [2]

By: alf

Tue, 16 Jan 2007 10:28:25 +0000

HubMed's RDF export uses a mix of DC, PRISM, FOAF and BibTeX. It's not perfect, but seems to work ok... Here's an example:

By: boanerges aleman meza

Tue, 16 Jan 2007 02:18:07 +0000

In fact, it is also useful if some re-use of vocabularies is done. For example, in SwetoDblp we've used FOAF for declaring that someone is a person. The schema we have incorporates mappings to other vocabularies, using owl:equivalentClass or owl:equivalentProperty. I'll be glad to see a vocabulary becoming 'standard' so that we could just use it right away.

By: tim finin

Mon, 15 Jan 2007 19:24:50 +0000

There are nearly 100 RDF ontologies that are based on or incorporate Bibtex. See It would be good to select/create one to use as a reference standard. Then we could migrate to it or at least define mappings to it.

By: Bruce D'Arcus

Mon, 15 Jan 2007 18:33:13 +0000

BibTeX is only suitable for the hard sciences. We can do better, and I've started to address a more comprehensive model at . You're right about the contributor issue; it is probably the most difficult one to model with the right balance of flexibility, rigor, and terseness. The solution I came to (not yet at that URI, but hopefully soon) in conversation with people like Dan Brickley and Ian Davis is to treat contributors as resources, with optional properties that indicate order. This seems the simplest and most consistent approach. It's SPARQL-friendly, for example.