Note that the concept of Bibliographical Notes is not yet at the end where it should be. In particular, the MSC2000 and MSC2010 RDF versions offer great potential for
- http://msc2010.org/mscwork/ - skos and rdf versions of the msc2010.
- http://www.iwi-iuk.org/material/RDF/Schema/Class/Extern/MSC.html - msc2000 as rdf.
Bibliographical Notes are designed to collect places in the literature where the different data collected within SymbolicData are referenced. Such a system of references is under heavy development and hence a good candidate really to stress the intercommunity aspects.
Related projects are, e.g.:
All we need are sentences of the form
- TheVerySpecialSDExample was_cited_in TheVeryInterestingPaper .
- TheVeryInterestingPaper has_author FranzBeckenbauerTheMathematician .
- TheVerySpecialSDExample - URI of our example
- provided by SymbolicData
- TheVeryInterestingPaper, FranzBeckenbauerTheMathematician - URI of the paper resp. the author
- best provided by a central bibliographical service and used by SymbolicData
For the moment we provide own URIs both for People (incl. authors) and bibliographical references with minimal own information to identify people and bibliographical references later on in central data stores.
Note that in a fully-fledged Linked Data world we easily could ask questions as
- List_all ?VerySpecialSDExamples was_cited_in ?Papers has_author FranzBeckenbauerTheMathematician .
without storing sentences of the second kind, since we can ask remotely the bibliographical service
- List_all ?Papers has_author FranzBeckenbauerTheMathematician .
For more details see the knowledge base Bibliography.ttl that contains URIs and short description of the bibliographical references used within SymbolicData and links to external collections of bibliographical data (citeseer, GB Bibliography and ZBMath for the moment)
- Note that the object links comply to the Linked Data rules, i.e., HTTP Get serves detailed information about the bibliographical resource, but not as standardized RDF but in special (to each source) formats.
BIB.Ontology - an informal description of the Ontology developed so far
- Citeseer uses doi attributes that cannot obviously matched with the Wikipedia DOI description. Find out more about that.