Re: Individuals with more than one rdf:type

Frank Manola wrote:
> For 
> example, Section 5.2 has an example of declaring domains which results 
> in you having to conclude that an instance is both a Book and a 
> MotorVehicle.  This may appear weird, but it's perfectly legal RDF.

It's not that weird. "The collected works of Shakespeare is both a book 
and a motorised vehicle" is a perfectly valid sentence. It's nonsense, 
but that's not a matter for the rules of grammar to resolve. So it is 
too with RDF.

Received on Thursday, 21 September 2006 14:14:25 UTC