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  • Running example (see below)
    • This strawman shows a single flat list of processes, which is the union of the top-n-CPU, top-n-real, top-n-virtual lists and a ranking (sort order, or omitted if the process does not occur in a particular list).
    • The strawman uses blank nodes for processes; we need to decide whether to limit them to blank nodes or allow RDF resources in general (either "normal" addressable resources or blank nodes)
    • There are alternatives, including:
      • When a process occurs in >1 list, simply create another process-info resource for each list it occurs in. The name is repeated, but there is only 1 ranking needed per process info entry.
      • Use of rdf:List
      • Use of rdf:Seq
      • Use of W3C Submission Containers, one per process list



Topic attachments
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elserdf 20120710-PerfMonRec-002.rdf manage 8.8 K 11 Jul 2012 - 13:08 JohnArwe RDF/XML
elsettl 20120710-PerfMonRec-002.ttl manage 6.0 K 11 Jul 2012 - 13:09 JohnArwe Turtle
Topic revision: r4 - 21 Jul 2012 - 19:03:26 - JohnArwe
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