Difference: ResourceHierarchy (1 vs. 4)

Revision 42014-10-29 - MarkusDemleitner

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaResReg"
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(created by TonyLinde 08.12.2022@12:11:28)


Do we need this standard?

We may need some standard way to indicate that a resource belongs to one or more taxonomies, perhaps specifying some standard ones, such as derivation (where the resource is derived or copied from another), containment (where the resource is contained within another).

-- TonyLinde - 24 Jan 2003

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Out of date. See IvoaResReg for current information.

(created by TonyLinde 08.12.2022@12:11:28)


Do we need this standard?

We may need some standard way to indicate that a resource belongs to one or more taxonomies, perhaps specifying some standard ones, such as derivation (where the resource is derived or copied from another), containment (where the resource is contained within another).

-- TonyLinde - 24 Jan 2003

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Revision 32012-06-26 - root

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaResReg"
(created by TonyLinde 08.12.2022@12:11:28)


Do we need this standard?

We may need some standard way to indicate that a resource belongs to one or more taxonomies, perhaps specifying some standard ones, such as derivation (where the resource is derived or copied from another), containment (where the resource is contained within another).

-- TonyLinde - 24 Jan 2003

Revision 22003-01-26 - MarcoLeoni

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META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaRegistry"
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META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaResReg"
Deleted:
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 (created by TonyLinde 08.12.2022@12:11:28)


Do we need this standard?

We may need some standard way to indicate that a resource belongs to one or more taxonomies, perhaps specifying some standard ones, such as derivation (where the resource is derived or copied from another), containment (where the resource is contained within another).

-- TonyLinde - 24 Jan 2003

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-->

Revision 12003-01-25 - TonyLinde

 
META TOPICPARENT name="IvoaRegistry"

(created by TonyLinde 08.12.2022@12:11:28)


Do we need this standard?

We may need some standard way to indicate that a resource belongs to one or more taxonomies, perhaps specifying some standard ones, such as derivation (where the resource is derived or copied from another), containment (where the resource is contained within another).

-- TonyLinde - 24 Jan 2003

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-->
 
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