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Re: [ontolog-forum] Difference between XML and OWL

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From: Duane Nickull <dnickull@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2008 15:09:14 +0200
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And XML has NOTHING to do with semantics in any way shape or form.


On 21/10/08 11:58 AM, "Martin Hepp (UniBW)" <martin.hepp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Dear Phani,

In short: XML is a serialization format for the exchange of structured data. OWL is a knowledge representation formalism for modeling the conceptual elements of a domain of interest. OWL ontologies can be exchanged using XML syntax (by means of the RDF/XML format).

For a (hopefully easy to read) intro to the field, check e.g.



Phani Chaitanya wrote:
Hi all,

 Can you tell me the concrete difference between XML and OWL. If possible state it by quoting an example in the two formats.

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