Re: Use case: AFS-1: "Find the resource for the person called 'John S mith'"

On Thu, 2004-03-11 at 08:30, Janne Saarela wrote:
> Very good starting point. Formally may I suggest
> we could use logic programming notation such
> (X, FN:name, "John Smith")

Umm... why? Is that a notation we expect our audience to
use when making their feature requests?

> The evaluation result would then be either bindings
> for X or if closure is a requirement, we would return
> all triples with X bound to a different value.
> I would like to see closure implemented with the query
> language in order to enable refined queries over
> the result graph.

Can you motivate this feature with a use case? i.e.
a plausible story from real life?

> Let me post another email about inference.
> Janne
Dan Connolly, W3C
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