RE: RDF Abstract Syntax: a strawman

David Allsopp wrote:

> Jonathan Borden wrote:
> >
> > I have written a brief strawman proposal defining an RDF
> Abstract Syntax.
> >
> >
> You write:
> "The index gives the index of a statement within a context in document
> order. The index allows preservation of statement order as if each RDF
> <Description> defines a container, and folds the RDF concept of
> container directly into the RDF Abstract Syntax."
> Is it implicit that a single context only contains data from one
> document?

a context is a URI reference. it would probably come from one document but
not necessarily.

If not, how can 'document order' be preserved?  What if a
> second document adds triples to a container?

i suppose the index would be incremented as statements are added to the
model much as how a container is handled in RDF M&S 1.0.


Received on Friday, 25 May 2001 23:21:28 UTC