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Re: NP completeness & rdf entailment, graph identity, MT etc.

From: <jos.deroo.jd@belgium.agfa.com>
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2001 00:11:22 +0100
To: phayes@ai.uwf.edu
Cc: w3c-rdfcore-wg@w3.org
Message-Id: <OF81AC5EB9.8F4BDD10-ON41256AE0.0078D85A@bayer-ag.com>

>Great, and many thanks for checking it. However this example has
>pointed out a bug in the MT document that I hadnt noticed. The
>interpolation lemma uses a slightly different notion of 'instance'
>than the one defined in the text. According to the text definition,
>all the instances of E must have three arcs, so none of them are a
>subgraph of A. I need to introduce a notion of a 'tidy instance', ie
>what you get by instantiating *and then tidying* the graph. I bet
>that is what Euler currently does automatically,  in effect, right?

Right, we keep track of the _:labels so that
we have only one instance attached to each label
(it is actually done with a Hashtable called anon
containing key=label and value=instance)
so it is indeed tidying.
Pat, do you see a bug fix?

>>PS2 what about the Constraint* stuff in RDFS
>>     I mean are we keeping/dropping that?
>If its in the language, it ought to be in the model theory; but is it
>going to be in the language?? Not my call. I await instructions.

well, I haven't seen strong opinions so far...

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