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Re: owl:sameAs - Is it used in a right way?

From: Umutcan ŞİMŞEK <s.umutcan@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2013 20:02:54 +0200
Message-ID: <5143624E.4060802@gmail.com>
To: Kingsley Idehen <kidehen@openlinksw.com>
CC: public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org
Thanks for the quick answer : )

So this issue is that subjective for contexts which allows to use 
owl:sameAs to link resources  if they are not semantically even a little 
bit related in real world?

Sorry if I'm asking too basic questions. I'm still a rookie at this :D


On 15-03-2013 19:38, Kingsley Idehen wrote:
> On 3/15/13 1:05 PM, Umutcan ŞİMŞEK wrote:
>> My question is, does LODD use owl:sameAs properly? For instance, are 
>> those two resources, dbpedia:Metamizole and drugbank:DB04817 (code 
>> for Metamizole), really identical? Or am I getting the word 
>> "property" in the paper wrong?
> The question is always about: do those URIs denote the same thing? Put 
> differently, do the two URIs have a common referent?
> ## Turtle ##
> <#i> owl:sameAs <#you>.
> ## End ##
> That's a relation in the form of a 3-tuple based statement that 
> carries entailment consequences for a reasoner that understand the 
> relation semantics. Through some "context lenses" the statement above 
> could be accurate, in others totally inaccurate.
> Conclusion, beauty lies eternally in the eyes of the beholder :-)
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