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2014-06-20. RDF_Application_Profiles are the focus of a new DCMI Task Group ("RDF-AP") co-chaired by Antoine Isaac and Karen Coyle. Since March, the topic has been discussed on the DC-Architecture mailing list, on this wiki, and in a series of teleconferences. The DCMI draft Description Profile Constraint Language is being compared with a W3C draft, Shape Expressions, and we are looking at software tools such as RDForms from MetaSolutions. The questions are: How can validatable constraints be defined for RDF data, and what kinds of tools and processes can this support?
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