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RE: "Locally-Significant" Statements

From: Chris Wilper <cwilper@cs.cornell.edu>
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 20:34:34 -0500
Message-ID: <FB4F95390166B14C90E4DD950D69D6E21A8191@EXCHVS2.cs.cornell.edu>
To: "Rhoads, Stephen" <SRhoads@thrupoint.net>, <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>
I like your "wrapper" approach best.  The idea that a "distribution of a
product" has a price (rather than the more abstract "product") seems most
logical.  The "instance of" approach seems awkward, and the "context"
approach makes it hard to answer questions across the different graphs....but
I'm curious to hear what other people think.

- Chris

-----Original Message-----
From:	Rhoads, Stephen [mailto:SRhoads@thrupoint.net]
Sent:	Tue 2/17/2004 7:12 PM
To:	www-rdf-interest@w3.org
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Subject:	"Locally-Significant" Statements
Folks,

I would appreciate some guidance as to the best approach to the problem of
what I will call (for lack of a better term) making locally significant
statements about a resource.  I have identified three approaches which I am
calling "Wrapper", "InstanceOf", and "Context".

Take the example below.  General Mills manufactures an ex:Cereal called
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