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[Fwd: Some typos in WD]

From: Seaborne, Andy <andy.seaborne@hp.com>
Date: Wed, 07 Sep 2005 10:27:53 +0100
Message-ID: <431EB299.90400@hp.com>
To: RDF Data Access Working Group <public-rdf-dawg@w3.org>

Corrections made based on this message - a coupel of exceptions inline.

Thanks to Olivier for the review.

Q for Eric near the end.

v1.483 committed

	Andy

Olivier Corby wrote:
 > I have found these typos  in the   WD.
 >
 > Best regards
 >
 > Olivier.
 >
 >
 >
 >
 >
 > 2.2
 >
 > Definition : SPARQL Query
 >
 > The sentence below is present in the definition and repeated  in the
 > paragraph just below :
 > "The graph pattern of a query is called the query pattern"

Done

 >
 >
 > 2.4
 >
 > Definition : Pattern Solution
 >
 > "The result f replacing every v in a graph pattern" ->
 > "The result f replacing every variable v in a graph pattern"

Done
 >
 >
 > 2.8
 >
 > Predicate-Object Lists
 >
 > "more than one triple pattern be employing" ->
 > "by employing"

Done
 >
 >
 > 7.
 >
 > Definition : RDF Dataset Graph Pattern
 >
 > (<u1> G1)  ->  (<u1>, G1)   (three times)
 >

Done
 >
 >
 > 8.3
 >
 > Restriction by Bound Variables
 >
 > Some variable names start with ? (?w ?whom) and some do not (mbox whom).
 >

Done

 >
 >
 > 9.1
 >
 >
 > "providing more than IRI" ->
 > "providing more than one IRI"
 >

Done

 >
 >
 > 9.2 Specifying Named Graphs
 >
 > "used to provide one, named graph"  ->
 > "used to provide one named graph"
 >

Done

 >
 >
 > 9.3
 >
 > Solution for ?who is "Bob", "Alice" and not "Bob Hacker", "Alice Hacker"
 >
 >
 > "This query finds the mbox together, with" ->
 > "This query finds the mbox together with"

The document is correct ("who" comes from the dc:publisher not foaf:name).

 >
 >
 > 10.1
 >
 > Definition : Projection
 >
 > "The projection of solution QS over a set" ->
 > "The projection of solution QSi over a set"

It's better with QSi => QS

 >
 >
 > Definition : Distinct Solution Sequence
 >
 > "then write set(S) is the set" ->
 > "then write set(S) for the set"
 >

Done

 >
 > 11
 >
 > Namespaces
 >
 > "XML Schema datatypes with the prefix op:" ->
 > "XML Schema datatypes with the prefix xs:"
 >

Done

 >
 > 11.1.1
 >
 > XML Schema []

Eric - is this going to be a reference?

I made it a ref the existing XMLSCHEMA-2 reference.


 >
 >
 >
 > 11.2.1.1
 >
 >
 > "When a operand" ->
 > "When an operand"
 >

Done

 >
 >
 > 11.2.3.2
 >
 > "Queries with union and optionals" ->
 > "Queries with union and optional"

"Queries with unions and optionals"

 >
 >
 > FILTER bound(?date)) ->
 > FILTER bound(?date)
 >

Done

 >
 > Table 11.2
 >
 > "Casting in SPARQL is peformed" ->
 > "Casting in SPARQL is performed"
 >

Done

 >
 > "the casting operatoins" ->
 > "the casting operations"

Done
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