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B.1, B.2 (was RE: Minutes of teleconf 20/3/03)

From: Jeremy Carroll <jjc@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Date: Fri, 21 Mar 2003 11:27:59 +0100
To: "Ian Horrocks" <horrocks@cs.man.ac.uk>, <www-webont-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <BHEGLCKMOHGLGNOKPGHDGEEKCBAA.jjc@hpl.hp.com>

> 2.1 ISSUE 5.26 OWL DL Syntax
>
> JimH: mostly approved; some controversy over structure sharing (B.1
> bnodes at descriptions form directed acyclic graphs (DAGs))
>
> PFPS: didn't seem to be support at last week's teleconf, so not worth
> effort of changing AS&S.
>
> General discussion re B1/2. Support from DanC and Guus (believes
> editors proposal should be taken as complete set).
>
> JimH: any strong objections to B1/2?
>
> PFPS: objects on grounds of resource - at least 1 day's work; someone
> else would have to do it.
>
> JimH: volunteers?
>
> Deafening silence.
>
> DanC: then we should take it out.
>
> Guus: Jeremy will object.

too right :)
for the record, I object.

>
> JimH: Agrees with DanC. Suggests taking out B1/2 and close issue with
> proviso that could be re-opened if volunteer appears before last call.
>

I suggest the following change is all that is necessary.

in S&AS 4.1
[[
Bnode identifiers here must be taken as local to each transformation, i.e.,
different identifiers should be used for each invocation of a transformation
rule.
]]

==>

[[
Bnode identifiers here are local to each transformation.
When the construct being transformed matches the *restriction* or
*description*
productions from the abstract syntax then
the bnode may be shared between multiple identical transformations of
identical
*restriction*s or *description*s. Otherwise the bnode used in each
transformation
should be unique for each invocation of a transformation rule.
]]

==

In the description of graph as triples the change is also easy:

restriction and description nodes may be the object of more than one triple.
Any directed cycle of bnodes must include an owl:equivalentClass or an
owl:disjointWith triple.

Jeremy
Received on Friday, 21 March 2003 05:28:01 GMT

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