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From Mike Bergman <>
Subject Re: Building a (semantic) application
Date Wed, 07 Sep 2011 02:58:51 GMT
Hi Sebastian,

You might want to consider the comprehensive workflow approach [1] taken 
by Structured Dynamics' Open Semantic Framework [2]. The Techwiki that 
contains that workflow intro has about 300 related how-to articles on 
implementing most aspects of this open-source framework.



On 9/6/2011 8:56 PM, Sebastian Samaruga wrote:
> Question,
> Are there any examples / tutorials to build, for example, some
> application using
> a Semantic backend. Are there specific frameworks or patterns. Maybe I'm
> ignorant
> on how to achieve this because of my background with MVC applications
> with an
> ORM and traditional 'out of the box' frameworks.
> Think it should be relevant the fact of using a semantic backend instead a
> relational one in the way one develop the application. For example, I think,
> there should be some kind of "Semantic MVC".
> I see lots and lots of features for semantic backends and
> interoperability. And
> some usage scenarios, but few implementation "roadmaps" to take advantage
> of all that features.
> Maybe I should think about one scenario where, my application semantics,
> my business domain for that application semantics, and that application
> data are making worth use of all those semantics.
> I'm posting my question on a couple of list, including one about rules, just
> because I think patterns developed out of rules community could help me
> clarify my view, and maybe have similar goals in respect to those of RDF.
> Shall someone share with me this existential questions, please let me know
> This file is all I could get more or less clear regarding this subject
> by now:
> Regards,
> Sebastián.

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