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Re: The RDF 1.1 Literal Quiz

From: Antoine Zimmermann <antoine.zimmermann@insa-lyon.fr>
Date: Thu, 19 May 2011 17:12:40 +0200
Message-ID: <4DD53368.3030407@insa-lyon.fr>
CC: public-rdf-wg@w3.org
Ivan,


Remember that we assume we are in 2013 with RDF 1.1 standardised, so 
what's apply to RDF 1.0 may not be true anymore. Please bear this in 
mind when answering the questions.


Le 19/05/2011 17:01, Ivan Herman a écrit :
>
> On May 19, 2011, at 16:51 , Antoine Zimmermann wrote:
>
>> I have some more questions:
>>
>>
>>
>> Q25. Is this a single triple?
>>
>>     <joe>  <nbChildren>  "2"^^xs:decimal .
>>     <joe>  <nbChildren>  "+2.000"^^xs:decimal .
>>
>
> That is D-entailment. Ie, with D-E yes, otherwise no

Entailment does not remove triples, whether it is simple, D-, RDFS, OWL, 
or whatever. Either there are two triples in RDF1.1 (irrespective of the 
entailment regime) or there is one (irrespective of the entailment regime).

D-entailment would simply allow you to say that these two triples are 
equivalent (which is true already in RDF1.0).

>> Q26. Is this a single triple?
>>
>>     <joe>  <nbChildren>  "2"^^xs:byte .
>>     <joe>  <nbChildren>  "2"^^xs:positiveInteger .
>
> No by default. RDF Semantics does not (automatically) include subclassing in the RDF sense for the datatype classes whose lexical spaces are subsets. Implementations may add that.

Please answer not according to the RDF 2004 spec but to what would be 
your view or desire of what should be the RDF 2012 spec.

>
>>
>> Q27. Does the following query give<joe>  as an answer, when asked against the previous graphs?
>>
>>     SELECT ?person WHERE { ?person<nbChildren>  2 }
>
> Isn't 2 a shortcut for "2"^^xs:decimal?

If I remember correctly, 2 is "2"^^xs:integer. If you want xs:decimal, 
you must write { ?person <nbChildren> 2.0 } or something with a dot.

>
>>
>>
>>
>> Regards,
>> AZ.
>>
>> Le 19/05/2011 16:40, Alex Hall a écrit :
>>> On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 2:22 PM, Richard Cyganiak<richard@cyganiak.de>wrote:
>>>
>>>> The RDF 1.1 Literal Quiz
>>>> ------------------------
>>>>
>>>> Let's pretend we live in the future and RDF 1.1 has just been published,
>>>> including this working group's attempt to clean up string literals.
>>>>
>>>> Now here's a quiz with some RDF trivia questions.
>>>>
>>>> What are the answers that you'd like to see? Please keep them short --
>>>> along the lines of “Yes”, “No”, “Don't care”, “Don't prefer but ok”, “Oh yes
>>>> please please please”, “WTF!?!?”, “Formal objection!”
>>>>
>>>> (I tried to phrase the questions in terms of user-visible behaviour and not
>>>> spec-internal mechanisms. I hope we can get some non-controversial test
>>>> cases out of this, and pinpoint where we disagree on desired behaviour. If
>>>> you provide responses, then feel free to add additional questions.)
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q1. Does this RDF graph (written in Turtle) have one triple?
>>>>
>>>>   <a>   <b>   1 .
>>>>   <a>   <b>   "1"^^xsd:integer .
>>>>
>>>
>>> Yes.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q2. Does this RDF graph (written in Turtle) have one triple?
>>>>
>>>>   <a>   <c>   "foo" .
>>>>   <a>   <c>   "foo"^^xsd:string .
>>>>
>>>
>>> Yes - I thought the whole point of this exercise was to enforce that by
>>> settling on a single representation for that in the abstract syntax.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q3. Is this be a valid Turtle file?
>>>>
>>>>   <a>   <b>   "foo"^^rdf:PlainLiteral .
>>>>
>>>
>>> Valid Turtle, invalid RDF.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q4. Is a parser allowed to unify "foo" and "foo"^^xsd:string into a single
>>>> form while parsing?
>>>>
>>>
>>> Yes, and hopefully required to.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q5. Is this a valid N-Triples file?
>>>>
>>>>   <a>   <b>   "foo" .
>>>>
>>>
>>> Yes.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q6. Is this a valid N-Triples file?
>>>>
>>>>   <a>   <b>   "foo"^^rdf:PlainLiteral .
>>>>
>>>
>>> Valid N-Triples, invalid RDF.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q7. Is this a valid N-Triples file?
>>>>
>>>>   <a>   <b>   "foo"@en .
>>>>
>>>
>>> Yes.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q8. Is this a valid N-Triples file?
>>>>
>>>>   <a>   <b>   "foo"^^xsd:string .
>>>>
>>>
>>> Yes.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q9. Is this true in SPARQL?
>>>>
>>>>   datatype("foo") == xsd:string
>>>>
>>>
>>> Yes.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q10. Is this true in SPARQL?
>>>>
>>>>   datatype("foo") == error
>>>>
>>>
>>> No.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q11. Is this true in SPARQL?
>>>>
>>>>   datatype("foo") == rdf:PlainLiteral
>>>>
>>>
>>> I hope not.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q12. Is this true in SPARQL?
>>>>
>>>>   datatype("foo"@en) == xsd:string
>>>>
>>>
>>> Probably not.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q13. Is this true in SPARQL?
>>>>
>>>>   datatype("foo"@en) == error
>>>>
>>>
>>> Don't care.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q14. Is this true in SPARQL?
>>>>
>>>>   datatype("foo"@en) == rdf:PlainLiteral
>>>>
>>>
>>> Don't care.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q15. Is this true in SPARQL?
>>>>
>>>>   datatype("foo"@en) == rdflang:en
>>>>
>>>
>>> Don't care.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q16. Does the literal in this RDF/XML fragment have a language tag?
>>>>
>>>>   <rdf:Description rdf:about="a" xml:lang="en">
>>>>    <rdf:b>foo</rdf:b>
>>>>   </rdf:Description>
>>>>
>>>
>>> Don't care.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q17. Does the literal in this RDF/XML fragment have a language tag?
>>>>
>>>>   <rdf:Description rdf:about="a" xml:lang="en">
>>>>    <rdf:b rdf:datatype="&xsd;string">foo</rdf:b>
>>>>   </rdf:Description>
>>>>
>>>
>>> Don't care.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> For each of the following pairs of statements, if the statement on the left
>>>> is true, then is the statement on the right true as well in a system that
>>>> supports datatype inference (specifically, {xsd:string}-Entailment)?
>>>>
>>>> Q18. {<a>   <b>   "foo" . } =>   {<a>   <b>   "foo"^^xsd:string . }
>>>>
>>>
>>> Yes.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q19. {<a>   <b>   "foo"^^xsd:string . } =>   {<a>   <b>   "foo" . }
>>>>
>>>
>>> Yes.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q20. {<a>   <b>   "foo" . } =>   {<a>   <b>   "foo"@en . }
>>>>
>>>
>>> No.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q21. {<a>   <b>   "foo"@en . } =>   {<a>   <b>   "foo" . }
>>>>
>>>
>>> No.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q22. {<a>   <b>   "foo"@en . } =>   {<a>   <b>   "foo"@en-GB . }
>>>>
>>>
>>> No.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q23. {<a>   <b>   "foo"@en-GB . } =>   {<a>   <b>   "foo"@en . }
>>>>
>>>
>>> No.
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Q24. {<a>   <b>   "foo"@fr . } =>   {<a>   <b>   "foo"@en . }
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> No.
>>>
>>> -Alex
>>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Antoine Zimmermann
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>>
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Antoine Zimmermann
Researcher at:
Laboratoire d'InfoRmatique en Image et Systèmes d'information
Database Group
7 Avenue Jean Capelle
69621 Villeurbanne Cedex
France
Tel: +33(0)4 72 43 61 74 - Fax: +33(0)4 72 43 87 13
Lecturer at:
Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon
20 Avenue Albert Einstein
69621 Villeurbanne Cedex
France
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