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From: Polleres, Axel <axel.polleres@deri.org>
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 2010 21:32:49 -0000
Message-ID: <316ADBDBFE4F4D4AA4FEEF7496ECAEF9035DF655@EVS1.ac.nuigalway.ie>
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Accidently replied to andy only

----- Original Message -----
From: Polleres, Axel
To: 'andy.seaborne@talis.com' <andy.seaborne@talis.com>
Sent: Wed Mar 24 19:27:32 2010
Subject: Re: [test cases] ACTION-191 starting with some test cases for aggregates...

Not yet, andy.
That was just my guess so far what the results should be.

----- Original Message -----
From: Andy Seaborne <afs@talisplatform.com>
To: Polleres, Axel
Cc: SPARQL Working Group <public-rdf-dawg@w3.org>
Sent: Wed Mar 24 19:08:20 2010
Subject: Re: [test cases] ACTION-191 starting with some test cases for aggregates...

Are these result calculated by an implementation and if so do you have 
the results in a standard format such as SPARQL XML results (or SPARQL 
JSON results or the DAWG RDF model representation of the results)?

	Andy

On 24/03/2010 6:30 PM, Axel Polleres wrote:
> ... Hi all,
>
> Re: ACTION-191 I was starting with some test cases for aggregates, mainly trying to write down some of the ones
> suggested in Emanuele's mail [1].
>
> Looking at the test cases README at the moment [2]... Question:
>
> * How were the test cases collected in DAWG? Any naming conventions you followed?
> * did anyone do some scripts to provide the manifests for testcases in DAWG or were these all assembled manually?
> * Also, is it possible to have alternative results? (for non-deterministic queries, e.g. sample) in the test format of DAWG?
> * Organisation of test cases: Shall we do separate manifests per feature? etc.
>
> Would be good if the process could be re-explained briefly to those who haven't been in DAWG1.0
>
> The initial test cases proposals attached (result format not yet proper SPARQL-result format):
>
> - agg_spec1:
>      query: agg_spec1.sparql
>      data: agg_spec1.ttl
>      result: agg_spec1.result
>    Description: example from current Section 9.1
>
> - agg_spec2:
>      query: agg_spec2.sparql
>      data: agg_spec2.ttl
>      result: agg_spec2.result
>    Description: example from end of current Section 9 which is used for explaining the Aggregation algebra
>
> - agg_spec2b:
>      query: agg_spec2.sparql
>      data: agg_spec2b.ttl
>      result: agg_spec2b.result TBD
>    Description: example from end of current Section 9 which is used for explaining the Aggregation algebra, but now with
>      wrong-typed input data, no result yet, becauseyet to be decided.
>
> - agg_edv1:
>      query: agg_edv1.sparql
>      data: agg_edv1.ttl
>      result: agg_edv1.result
>    Description: 1st example from Emanuele's mail [1], return names and number of books per author.
>
> - agg_edv1b:
>      query: agg_edv1.sparql
>      data: agg_edv1b.ttl
>      result: agg_edv1b.result
>    Description: 1st example from Emanuele's mail [1], return names and number of books per author,
>                 but with author with two names.
>
> - agg_edv2:
>      query: agg_edv2.sparql
>      data: agg_edv2.ttl
>      result: agg_edv2.result
>    Description: adapted from 2nd example from Emanuele's mail [1], the average number of books written
>                 by authors that wrote at least 5 books.
>
> - agg_edv2b:
>      query: agg_edv2b.sparql
>      data: agg_edv2.ttl
>      result: agg_edv2b.result
>    Description: adapted from 2nd example from Emanuele's mail [1], the average number of books written
>                 by authors that wrote at least 5 books. Do we allow ungrouped/non-aggregated values?
>                 Does it mean that aggregation is over the whole solution set?
> - agg_edv3:
>      query: agg_edv3.sparql
>      data: agg_edv3.ttl TBD
>      result: TBD
>    Description: adapted from Emanuele's mail [1], sum all of books of all organisations, summing the counts of books per author.
>                 only count outhors with more than 5 books, and organisations with more than 10 books.
>                 Note that this counts books potentially twice if authors have several affiliations.
>                 Test data with non-double-affiliated authors
>
> - agg_edv3b:
>      query: agg_edv3.sparql
>      data: agg_edv3b.ttl TBD
>      result: TBD
>    Description: adapted from Emanuele's mail [1], sum all of books of all organisations, summing the counts of books per author.
>                 only count outhors with more than 5 books, and organisations with more than 10 books.
>                 Note that this counts books potentially twice if authors have several affiliations.
>                 Test data withdouble-affiliated authors.
>
> - agg_edv4:
>      query: agg_edv4.sparql
>      data: agg_edv4.ttl TBD
>      result: TBD
>    Description: from Emanuele's mail [1], ask for the research topics for which
>                 the Italian authors have published more than the Swiss ones.
>
>
> best,
> Axel
>
> 1. http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-rdf-dawg-comments/2010Feb/0006.html

> 2. http://www.w3.org/2001/sw/DataAccess/tests/README.html

>
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