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agroRDF as a Semantic Overlay to agroXML : a General Model for Enhancing Interoperability in Agrifood Data Standards

@inproceedings{Martini2013agroRDFAA,
  title={agroRDF as a Semantic Overlay to agroXML : a General Model for Enhancing Interoperability in Agrifood Data Standards},
  author={Daniel Martini and Mario Schmitz and Esther Mietzsch},
  year={2013}
}
Although standardisation of data exchange formats and protocols in agriculture has made considerable progress during the last few years, achieving interoperability for information integration in IT systems in the agrifood sector is still seen as a challenge. Traditional ways of agreeing on interfaces by long and elaborate discussions in standardisation committees probably will not be able to cope anymore with demands from a more and more networked world and faster changes to requirements in the… 

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