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Re: model theory publication draft

From: Pat Hayes <phayes@ai.uwf.edu>
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 16:43:30 -0500
Message-Id: <p05101003b7d01001b29c@[205.160.76.182]>
To: Dave Beckett <dave.beckett@bristol.ac.uk>
Cc: w3c-rdfcore-wg@w3.org
>My comments on
>    http://www.coginst.uwf.edu/~phayes/RDF%20MT-currentdraft.html
>    Sep 20 18:44:21 2001 GMT
>
>Summary: I'm happy for this to be published as a draft.
>
>Detail:
>
>4. RDFS Interpretations
>
>6th paragraph:
>         "The subsets referred to in subPropertyOf are sets of pairs."
>and subsets in subClassOf?

Er .... subsets? The point of the remark was just to remind 
nonmathematical readers that a relational extension is a set of 
pairs, so a subrelation is a subset. If it's confusing, maybe it 
would be best omitted.

>6. RDF containers
>
>1st paragraph
>2nd sentence too long for me to read!  Can you split into something like
>this?

OK, will do.

>
>    A container is a resource which is a member of one of three subclasses
>    rdf:Bag, rdf:Seq or rdf:Alt of the class rdfs:Container.
>    This class is the domain of a countable set of properties indicated
>    by rdf:_1, rdf:_2, etc., all of which in turn are members of the
>    class rdfs:ContainerMembershipProperty.
>
>Before publication there are some minor things that should be done
>apart from the other W3 style, checking:
>
>   (Remove all the removed, added parts and styles)

Will do.  At this stage it needs cleaning up.

>
>   Add anchors to all things that might want to be pointed to, such as
>   the lemmas.  At present they are e.g.
>     <strong id="mergelem">Merging lemma.</strong>
>   best to be something like
>     <a name="mergelem" id="mergelem"><strong>Merging lemma.</strong></a>

OK, will do. (But what is the point of adding anchors which aren't 
used? If this is obvious, never mind. I'm an HTML newbie.)

>   Hyperlinks to the N-Triples terms e.g. uriref, bNode in the test
>   cases doc. such as
>     http://www.w3.org/TR/2001/WD-rdf-testcases-20010912/#uriref

Will do. Ah, this answers the previous question, right? Never mind.....

>   A reference section in W3 style

Oh, whoops, I forgot that. (Though isn't a bit passť to have a 
references section in hypertext? Seems a bit like putting a 
whip-caddy on a horseless carriage. Oh well, go with the flow. )

>and [CITE] for RDF M&S, RDFS,
>   Test-Cases, N-Triples section in test-cases, anything else.  Maybe
>   normative, non-normative ones if they help.

I don't follow this last point, I'm afraid.

>
>   Very minor point - appendixes usually labelled A, B in w3 docs I've
>   looked at?

OK, will do.

Pat
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