I am sorry, but SIML Classic and SIML Modern aren't totally compatible with each other.
The purpose of SIML Modern is to form a rock-solid static interface for OSCOVA. Maps are strictly a feature defined by SIML Classic and holds no meaning, at the moment, within the SIML Modern specification as the only other component apart from the user message that can be specified within an expression is an entity.
The only verbose solution right now would be to create an Entity recognizer for all the "Content" part of your Map and then, I regret saying this, use the experimental SIML Modern Adapter interface i.e. ISimlAdapter and implement a mapper. If you sporty about implementing a hack for Maps in SIML Modern do let me know and I shall share some codes with you.
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