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Re: Open Issues: DR scope

From: Andrea Perego <andrea.perego@uninsubria.it>
Date: Thu, 06 Dec 2007 14:22:43 +0100
Message-ID: <4757F7A3.8030401@uninsubria.it>
To: Public POWDER <public-powderwg@w3.org>

Hi, Kevin.

> What puzzles me is the need for owl:equivalentClass, and rdfs:subClassOf
> (without an rdf:resource). My (admittedly poor) understanding was that
> using equivalentClass you would have:
> 
> 1  <owl:Class rdf:ID="ResourceOnExampleDotOrg">
> 2    <owl:equivalentClass>
> 3        <owl:Restriction>
> 4            <owl:onProperty rdf:resource="&wdr;includeHost" />
> 5            <owl:hasValue>example.org</owl:hasValue>
> 6          </owl:Restriction>
> 7   </owl:equivalentClass>
> 8 </owl:Class> 
> 
> (ref [1])

Thanks for pointing this out. I've just "indirectly" replied to your
mail by answering to Stasinos's one.

> ...and that if you used subClassOf you would do something like (note
> insertion of rdf:ID="AllResources"):
> 
> 1  <owl:Class rdf:ID="ResourceOnExampleDotOrg">
> 4    <rdfs:subClassOf rdf:ID="AllResources">
> 5       <owl:Restriction>
> 6         <owl:onProperty rdf:resource="&wdr;includeHost" />
> 7          <owl:hasValue>example.org</owl:hasValue>
> 8         </owl:Restriction>
> 9    </rdfs:subClassOf>
> 12 </owl:Class>
> 
> (ref [2])

It is not clear to me why you're using here rdf:ID as an attribute to
rdfs:subclassOf.

Thanks

Andrea
Received on Thursday, 6 December 2007 13:18:13 GMT

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