Re: Wondering about an example of closed world validation

> Sure there are lots of ways of proceeding.  You may believe that
> without-reasoning is better.  I may believe that with-reasoning is better.

>From my pov inference and validation are two different things, although
they can complement each other in many cases.
>From a Validation Standard perspective, mentioning the use of inferencing
as a pre/post validation step option is perfectly fine, enforcing it is a
completely different thing.


> PS:  DBpedia is a very poor examplar for showing anything with respect to
> applying inferences because it automatically applies certain inferences and
> not others.

Excuse me but my inference experience is limited and when you mentioned
"RDFS closure" I though you were referring only to RDFS inferencing (not
OWL inferencing).



Dimitris Kontokostas
Department of Computer Science, University of Leipzig
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Received on Friday, 1 August 2014 09:40:22 UTC