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Re: Trust Networks on the Semantic Web Dissertation Project - help request

From: Jennifer Golbeck <golbeck@cs.umd.edu>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2004 02:59:16 -0500 (EST)
To: Masahide Kanzaki <post@kanzaki.com>
Cc: <www-rdf-interest@w3.org>
Message-ID: <Pine.SOL.4.33.0402180258000.18885-100000@charmpop.cs.umd.edu>

Thanks for pointing this out. I've corrected the example to use the
rdf:Resource notation that I actually intended.

Thanks,
Jen

On Wed, 18 Feb 2004, Masahide Kanzaki wrote:

> Hello Jennifer, it's interesting project.
>
> I'm not sure on your description of ontology at
> http://trust.mindswap.org/trustOnt.shtml regarding 'Subject Specific
> Rating'. Your example says:
>
>  <trust:trust10 rdf:resource="#jenGolbeck">
>   <rdfs:subject rdf:resource="http://trust.mindswap.org"/>
>  </trust:trust10>
>
> This cannot generate proper triple provided trust:trust10 is a property of
> foaf:Person. Perhaps you want to write something like this (guess from your
> previous paper):
>
>   <Pesron rdf:nodeID="me">
>    <trust:trust10>
>     <trust:TrustsRegarding>
>      <trust:trustsPerson rdf:resource="#jenGolbeck"/>
>      <dc:subject rdf:resource="http://trust.mindswap.org"/>
>     </trust:TrustsRegarding>
>    </trust:trust10>
>   </Pesron>
>
> Unfortunately, your ontology defines the range of trust:trust10 as
> foaf:Person, so the above is not possible. (and, maybe you want to use
> dc:subject rather than rdfs:subject, the latter means the subject of an RDF
> statement).
>
> I think trust on a specific subject is much easier and appropriate to rate
> than a simple trust on a person, and hope this section of your ontology
> will be refined.
>
> Gook luck on your project !
>
> regards,
>
> --
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