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uniform resource identifier
Uri (German ˈuːri)
(Placename) one of the original three cantons of Switzerland, in the centre of the country: mainly German-speaking and Roman Catholic. Capital: Altdorf. Pop: 35 200 (2002 est). Area: 1075 sq km (415 sq miles)
U•ri (ˈʊər i)
a canton in central Switzerland. 35,876; 415 sq. mi. (1075 sq. km). Cap.: Altdorf.
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1) They introduced Human-Friendly Names (HFN) as a URI scheme
instead of a URN namespace.
The INFO URI scheme
is a consistent and reliable way to represent and reference such standard identifiers as Dewey Decimal Classifications on the Web so that these identifiers can be "read" and understood by Web applications.
As a active member of OASIS, DataPower fully supports the Extensible Resource Identifier (XRI) Technical Committee and their work to define such a URI scheme
and URN namespace to meet these requirements.