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RE: A question on RDF

From: J.Zhu <J.Zhu@open.ac.uk>
Date: Thu, 8 Jan 2004 16:17:12 -0000
Message-ID: <F08F052A3BC28440ADA76024D19A9594040AECF2@atlantis.open.ac.uk>
To: www-rdf-rules <www-rdf-rules@w3.org>

Hi, 

I think it means A and C are sub properties of B. For example, B is
address, A is street name and C is postal code.
Then you can create an instance of a person who has property B. Hope
that helps.

Jianhan

-----Original Message-----
From: ntts264 [mailto:ntts264@hcmpt.vnn.vn] 
Sent: 06 January 2004 17:14
To: www-rdf-rules@w3.org
Subject: A question on RDF



 
Hello,
I have below RDF statement (triples):
	{A, rdfs:subPropertyOf, B}
	{C, rdfs:subPropertyOf, B}
Is that means A is equivalent to B, and C is equivalent to A?

So, if I have A then it means I have B, and I have C.

Please tell me about this.
Thank you very much.
Sang Thi Thanh Nguyen
ntts264
e-mail: ntts264@hcmpt.vnn.vn
Received on Thursday, 8 January 2004 11:20:01 UTC

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