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Comments on delivery context ontology

From: Gottfried Zimmermann <zimmermann@accesstechnologiesgroup.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2009 21:09:16 +0200
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Here are some comments on http://www.w3.org/TR/2009/WD-dcontology-20090616/:



(1) Section 2.2 Normative Language for Conformance Requirements


It is not clear what it means if a class, property or instance is "not

normative".  Suggest saying something like "not normative concepts may be

implemented. If not implemented, these URIs must not be otherwise used."



(2) Class MmsClient


The abbreviation "MMS" is not explained in the whole document.



(3) Property id


There is a long list of subproperties of common:id?  Why are these

subproperties necessary?  Why not use common:id for all occurrences?



Thank you for your consideration,





 Dr. Gottfried Zimmermann

 ICT Accessibility Architect

  <http://www.accesstechnologiesgroup.com/> Access Technologies Group,

 Phone +49 7121 790806


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