Re: Question about subproperties

"Ralph R. Swick" wrote:
>   "If some property P2 is a subPropertyOf another more general
>    property P1, and if a resource A has a P2 property with a value B,
>    this implies that the resource A also has a P1 property with value B."
> Therefore B must be a permissible value for -- i.e. in the range of --
> both P1 and P2.

very interesting !
I didn't get that, but that seems quite logic to me.

But what is less clear, is when a subproperty P2 may need
a range totally different from its superproperty ?
Do you have an example ?


Received on Wednesday, 22 September 1999 02:51:54 UTC