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Re: model theory publication draft

From: Dave Beckett <dave.beckett@bristol.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2001 22:51:43 +0100
To: Pat Hayes <phayes@ai.uwf.edu>
Cc: w3c-rdfcore-wg@w3.org
Message-ID: <13599.1001022703@tatooine.ilrt.bris.ac.uk>
>>>Pat Hayes said:
> Dave said:
> >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.

My point was, is it only the subsets in subPropertyOf that are sets
of pairs?  Answer: yes?  The subsets refered to in the subClassOf
defn. and elsewhere are not.


> >   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.

The two sets of references could be (this is just a suggestion)

1) Normative - documents you cite upon which this document depends
   for definitions, refers to directly in the text such as RDFM&S,
   RDFS and Test-cases etc.   This section is stuff that must be read
   and understood in order to read the document.

2) Informative (or non-normative) - other documents.
   Here you could pointers to related work, theoretical basis, primers
   etc.  This is all optional, and up to you if you have stuff that
   goes here.

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