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March 13, 2012
How would you use a linked data version of Class K?
That's the question Tina Gheen poses in a recent In Custodia Legis post. Since Gheen brought up the topic in the context of LC's Law.gov project, one may ask would a linked data version of LC K add value to law.gov for a semantic web objective? Ghenn writes
By incorporating a linked data version of the Law classification into Law.gov, we might also create queries to generate relationships between concepts automatically on any given page, perhaps demonstrating relationships between concepts across different jurisdictions, geographic areas, and languages, or showing broader and narrower concepts not easily discovered during a search.
For more, see A Law Classification Scheme as Linked Data? [JH]