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Re: How to avoid that collections "break" relationships

From: Michael Haschke <mhaschke@brox.de>
Date: Mon, 24 Mar 2014 17:53:45 +0100
Message-ID: <53306319.8020506@brox.de>
To: public-vocabs@w3.org
CC: markus.lanthaler@gmx.net

>> Would it be correct to summarize your question as, how do we enable
>> "mechanical" features like addressability and pagination to a value
>> collection in a way that doesn't interfere with its semantics (i.e.,
>> change the range)?  
> Yup, this sums it up quite well. Thanks.

I think we have the "pagination" feature already because we could spread
resource statements over various documents, e.g.

on /markus/friends/page/1 describe

</markus> schema:knows </alice>.

and on /markus/friends/page/2 add

</markus> schema:knows </zorro>.

Maybe we would need a property in schema.org that let us relate
documents which contain statements about the resource, something very
similar to rdfs:seeAlso:

</markus> a schema:Person ;
	rdfs:seeAlso </markus/friends/page/1> ;
	rdfs:seeAlso </markus/friends/page/2> .


PS: as this is my first post to this group, I add a short info about me
(don't know if it is necessary here):

Michael Haschke, born in Leipzig, studied & worked in the AKSW at Uni
Leipzig on the OntoWiki GUI and Erfurt plugin dispatcher. Now I'm
working at eccenca as Front End Developer. In my spare time I wrote SIOC
plugins for DokuWiki and small Linked Data apps like foafpress.org
My URI is http://michael.haschke.biz/

Michael Haschke
eccenca GmbH
Neumarkt 20 | 04109  Leipzig | Germany
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