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Re: Clarification needed Re: comments on RIF Primer

From: Stella Mitchell <stellamit@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2010 22:41:07 -0400
Message-ID: <AANLkTikeFSBmFeyDYUHa8YShiytusTXGr89hbbcHvq9V@mail.gmail.com>
To: Leora Morgenstern <leora@cs.nyu.edu>
Cc: RIF <public-rif-wg@w3.org>
Hi Leora,

It's referring to rdf:type assertions (described in the paragraph just
before).

Stella




On Tue, Sep 28, 2010 at 9:18 AM, Leora Morgenstern <leora@cs.nyu.edu> wrote:

> Stella,
>
> I'm doing the edits you suggested, one by one (as well as finding other
> stuff in the process.)
>
> Regarding Section 3.2., 3rd paragraph, I realize that I too don't know
> what "such information" means. (I think Chris wrote this section.) Did you
> figure it out?
>
> Thanks,
> Leora
>
> On Sat, September 25, 2010 11:51 am, Stella Mitchell wrote:
> > Dear WG,
> >
> > I found the Primer quite readable, clear and useful,  and just have some
> > minor comments.
> >
> > Stella
> >
> >
> > Section 2.2.2, 2nd para:
> >        the last sentence reads to me as if the constant is called a
> > predicate in both the last 2 of the 3 types of constants mentioned, but
> > not
> > sure if that's what's meant.
> >
> >  Section 3.2, 3rd para:
> >        us --> use
> >
> >        also, I had to read that sentence a few times because I was
> > thinking
> > that "such information" referred to the lowercase letters and uppercase
> > letters.
> >
> >  Section 4:
> >        1st example:
> >              the iris for imdb and dbpedia should match up with those in
> > the
> > section 2.3 rule that this example is combined with (and the prefixes
> > might
> > as well too).
> >
> >              missing space after the "char" prefix
> >
> >  Section 5:
> >         In the second paragraph maybe add another sentence characterizing
> > what a function is/does?  There's a specific example in the first
> > paragraph,
> > but it's a very brief introduction to functions.
> >
> > Section 5.2.2, Example:
> >        does Film1 necessarily have to be different from Film2?
> >
> >        near the top, there's an extra space between dbpedia: and
> > dateoffilm
> >
> > Section 6.1
> >     2nd paragraph:
> >          might as well say "C++ or Java" rather than "C++",  like it does
> > in
> > Section 6.2.
> >
> >    Example:
> >         imdb and dbpedia prefixes and iris could be made consistent with
> > earlier examples.
> >         (same comment for the example in 7.1.1)
> >
> > Section 6.2
> >         first example:  System.println --> System.out.println
> >
> >         second example: if it can be written with the less advanced
> syntax
> >                    ex:e1 # Example
> >                    ex:e1[...]
> >                    ex:e1[...]
> >              it may be easier to understand the RIF, and the parallel
> > structure with the Java would be even more obvious.
> >
> > Section 7
> >        there are some "add pointer"  notes/comments
> >
> > General:
> >       some of the examples are extending outside the blue-colored box and
> > require scrolling to the right.
> >
> > Appendix:
> >      at the very end just before the last reference, there's a span
> > element
> > displayed.
> >
>
>
> --
> Leora Morgenstern, Ph.D.
> http://www-formal.stanford.edu/leora
>
>
>
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