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For http://journalisted.com I want to publish the data I have about various newspaper articles (and also articles in magazines, journals, blogs etc).

Can anyone suggest good terms for describing:

  1. the original URL of the article (ie a normal HTML web page on, say, a newspaper website. Not an RDF resource.)
  2. other web pages which mention the article (eg a blog post discussing issues raised by the article)
  3. articles about similar topics (I mint my own article URIs, so I can link to a rdf resource here)
  4. the statement of principles the article was published under (eg most newspapers in the UK adhere to the PCC Editors Code of Practice - http://www.pcc.org.uk/cop/practice.html ). I suspect this is where I start having to build my own custom vocabulary... :-)

asked 06 Aug '10, 15:42

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I'm not sure whether it contains all that you need but you can take a look at the Bibliographic Ontology [1] or the SWRC Ontology [2]. Otherwise, more generally, I advise you to take a look at [3] which references many tools you can use to find the terms/vocabularies/ontologies you need.

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answered 06 Aug '10, 16:03

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  1. Probably foaf:page, going from your article to the page on the website.
  2. dcterms:references, going from the other web page to the article.
  3. I would do this by linking them to the same topics, e.g. via dcterms:subject, foaf:topic/foaf:primaryTopic, sioc:topic. There are various options for the URIs of those topics. UMBEL might interest you, they have quite a lot of interesting writing on linking documents via subjects as well.
  4. Maybe you can use dcterms:conformsTo for linking to the statement of principles but you probably have to develop your own vocabulary/dataset for giving URIs to those statements and describing them.

You should probably dig a bit deeper into the vocabularies I linked, they will have lots of useful terms for you.

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answered 06 Aug '10, 16:35

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The news paper article are very help to publishing the good article to the students and the people easily. It is provide the more information to the public. The paper should be helpful for generating the knowledge to the students.Newspaper articles provide information on newsworthy topics, this is any event or issue of importance to the majority of readers. You have insert some pictures related to the topic. The picture to show the article's bases.

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