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Re: RDF issues from F2F presentation

From: Graham Klyne <Graham.Klyne@baltimore.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2001 15:06:43 +0100
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To: Martyn Horner <martyn.horner@profium.com>
Cc: w3c-rdfcore-wg@w3.org
Martyn,

There's been some interesting discussion of monotonicity in rdf-logic in 
the past 2-3 weeks, that I think may have some bearing on this point you raise.

#g
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At 01:19 PM 8/8/01 +0200, Martyn Horner wrote:
>1. Time dependence (this is my biggest concern about RDF and the Web in
>general: unlike Eric, I think 404s are a pain in the neck)
>
>Semantics of separated metadata: durability of semantic annotations:
>life cycle issues.
>Consistency of predicate semantics (current models tend to be
>time-independent).
>
>I think `coherence' is my main worry: coherence of related document sets
>in time, coherence of semantics over time

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