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Re: overlength version

From: Jeremy Carroll <jjc@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
Date: Sun, 18 Apr 2004 12:31:13 +0100
Message-ID: <40826701.70507@hplb.hpl.hp.com>
To: Pat Hayes <phayes@ihmc.us>
Cc: Patrick Stickler <patrick.stickler@nokia.com>, Chris Bizer <chris@bizer.de>, www-archive@w3.org

Pat Hayes wrote:

>> Jeremy Carroll wrote:
>>> This is now the submitted version (the PDF is one I have downloaded 
>>> from the site, after having uploaded it)
>> Another one.
>> Changes are mainly trivial; the most significant changes are 1 
>> substantive change to Pat's text in section 2, and wording alignments 
>> between sections 2 and 6.2 (also Pat's text).
>> Acknowledgements now fit.
>> The substantive change is that the old text talked about 
>> interpretations of named graphs, and said that if I satisfies g then 
>> I(name(g)) = g; I don't believe we interpret named graphs at all, 
>> merely the graphs (or a merge thereof) within the named graphs.
> I don't understand this at all.  (Named graphs are graphs with names, 
> right?)  But....
A simple example was in 6.2 where you had an interpretation I of a 
(named) graph g, I now have an interpretation I of rdfgraph(ng), 
conforming with the naming, [where ng is a Named Graph], it is slightly 
more precise (and hence uglier). A similar point in section 2 seemed to 
me to be more of a change than a clarification.

>>  Hence I have changed this to say that an interpretation conforms 
>> with a set of named graphs N if for every ng in N then I(name(ng)) = ng.
> .... as far as I can see this amounts to the same thing, so I have no 
> problem with that change.

OK - we can discuss this later, but the modifications stands in the 
submitted text.

>> I have followed Chris's suggestion and capitalized Named Graph 
>> throughout, but personally I find it ugly.
> Me too.  Maybe it looks better in German than in English.

Again we can postpone discussion of this.

> Pat
I am now not expecting to make any further mods.

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