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Re: [URW3 public] OWL extensions [was Re: [URW3] ... three questions based on the last telecon]

From: Umberto Straccia <umberto.straccia@isti.cnr.it>
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 14:20:28 +0200
To: public-xg-urw3@w3.org
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>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: public-xg-urw3-request@w3.org [mailto:public-xg-urw3- 
>> request@w3.org]
>> On Behalf Of Umberto Straccia
>> Sent: Wednesday, July 18, 2007 8:55 PM
>> To: public-xg-urw3@w3.org
>> Subject: Re: [URW3 public] OWL extensions [was Re: [URW3] ... three
>> questions based on the last telecon]
>>
>>
>> I am more in favor of having no OWL/RDFS language extension at all,
>> but encoding the data, according to a core uncertainty ontology,
>> which we may develop as outcome (see my previous email.... or just
>> below). To my opinion, this is by far much more extensible/flexible
>> than any OWL/RDFS language extension and  certainly faster and easier
>> to be accepted by any non-uncertainty community.
>>
>
> My point was *not* that your proposal is not feasible. To the  
> contrary it is
> very nice. My point was that at the end of the day it will turn our  
> to be
> almost (and maybe exactly) the same thing to agree upon using an  
> OWL concept
> like LeftShoulderFunction for left shoulder functions,

Yes, indeed.



> which crisp tools
> will have to learn to toss away

No, that's the point. Crisp tools simply do nothing with them. No  
special treatment and current parser still will work. These are just  
crisp OWL concepts and role symbols.


> while fuzzy tools to correctly interpret
>

Exactly, that's has to be done anyway ...

Anyway, I suggest to use standard OWL-DL to encode imperfect  
knowledge. We may later on suggest weather it is better to extend OWL- 
DL (RDFS/RIF/RuleML) or just to propose a CORE ontology about  
representing imperfect knowledge.
Received on Thursday, 19 July 2007 12:17:01 GMT

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