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Re: "embedded predicate triples"

From: james anderson <james@dydra.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Dec 2020 12:05:27 +0000
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good afternoon;

On 2020-12-01, at 12:01:47, Pierre-Antoine Champin <pierre-antoine.champin@ercim.eu> wrote:
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> James,
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> Second, the very idea of SP is to have single-use predicates, and consider them as identifying the only triple in which they appear.

the singleton predicate designates a set of triples.

> By contrast, Jerven's suggestion would allow the same triple to be used in predicate position multiple times, but most importantly, to be used as the predicate of a triple whose subject and object are different from its own subject and object:
>     :s2 << :s1 :p :o1 >> :o2.
>     :s3 << :s1 :p :o1 >> :o3.
> What on earth that would mean, I have absolutely no idea!

[1] discussed that at length.
where a predicate iri is understood to designate a triple set rather than the statement(s) in which it appears, why should it be restricted to appear in one statement only.?

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