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Re: Best Practices? An array of "description" properties to break up long text?

From: Omar <omar.holzknecht@sti2.at>
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2021 11:40:46 +0200
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Hi Jesse,

If an entity has multiple values for a property, that means that every 
value results in an independent valid statement about that entity.
By independent, I mean that each statement is true regardless of the 
order or even existence of the other statements. If that is the case, 
you can split your description into "semantic bits".

An example where the separation of the description is semantically 

   "@context": "http://schema.org/",
   "@type": "Person",
   "name": "Jane Doe",
   "description": [
     "Jane is cool.",
     "She is awesome.",
     "She is was born in Madrid."
     "She went to school in Paris."

An example where the separation of the description is semantically 

   "@context": "http://schema.org/",
   "@type": "Person",
   "name": "Jane Dont",
   "description": [
     "Jane was born in Madrid in 1978.",
     "Two weeks after that, she moved to Paris, where she met her 
boyfriend John.",
     "He was born in Vienna."

Hope that helps,

Am 2021-04-23 08:41, schrieb jesse -:
> Hi, I'm considering using multiple "description" properties to break
> up a long description into paragraphs. While this helps with human
> readability, I'm concerned how non-human readers will interpret this.
> Thoughts?
>  Thanks,
> Jesse
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Omar J. A. Holzknecht, MSc
Semantic Technology Institute Innsbruck
Department of Computer Science
University of Innsbruck
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6020 Innsbruck, Austria
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