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From: <tarod@softhome.net>
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2001 14:20:04 GMT
Message-ID: <20011119142004.29318.qmail@softhome.net>
To: www-rdf-interest@w3.org

  That's the purpose of RDFSchema, isn't it???

  You have an specific vocabulary (class, property, range, domain, etc...)
to define the model. Then you will write an instance of this model. But I
don't know if name is the real name of a person or the name of his pet,
it's just a property name with the domain person and the range string.

  When I found a resource with the property name I will look if the
resource is the type Person, and then I will look for the value of the
property and if this value is of the type string. If not, the instance is
incorrect. I won't try to guess anything about my model, I will not perform
inference on my data, the model is not correct and that's it.

  If I want to use inference I will use more complex models (DAML or
anything else, I don't know)

      - Marc

Peter Crowther writes:

> [Off-list]
> 
> > From: tarod@softhome.net [mailto:tarod@softhome.net]
> > in RDF there is no meaning!!!!!!!!! we only have 
> > SENTENCES and
> > I want to know if the sentences are correct!!!!!!!!
> 
> How does any automated system that processes RDFS test correctness without
> assigning some kind of (at least logical) meaning to the sentences?
> 
> 		- Peter
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