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Re: From syntactic to interpreted triple

From: James Anderson <anderson.james.1955@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 2021 20:11:59 +0100
Message-Id: <2B1B6BB0-1ADF-4885-88AE-0A45C26973DE@gmail.com>
To: public-rdf-star@w3.org
good evening;

> On 2021-01-22, at 18:49:13, Olaf Hartig <olaf.hartig@liu.se> wrote:
> On fredag 22 januari 2021 kl. 16:32:57 CET James Anderson wrote:
>> [...]
>> to remain with a simple question, if there is dataset which contains the
>> assertion
>>   <<  :cars :are :bad . >> a :claim .
>> and one were to wish to cause a query of the _sort_
>>  ask where {  <<  :automobiles :are :bad . >> a :claim . }
>> to return true, how would one achieve that?
> Also for this question, before I attempt to answer it, I would like to know 
> how you assume to capture the knowledge that the URIs :automobiles and :cars 
> are meant to refer to the same thing?
> ...
> Can I assume that the reasoner/query engine has baked in the knowledge that 
> :automobiles and :cars are meant to refer to the same thing? Or can I assume 
> that there is also a second triple that captures this knowledge explicitly 
> (e.g., via owl:sameAs) and the reasoner/query engine understands the meaning 
> of this second triple and can use this meaning to make the inference needed to 
> return true for the query?
> Notice that this question is independent of RDF*.

assume only that you have the facilities of the graph store protocol and the sparql protocol to operate on a dataset.
the respective endpoints share a dataset, which includes the initial rdf* statement as its initial state.
you can place any combination of requests to these endpoints.
what would those requests be?
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