Re: Proposed response to

On Thu, 2003-04-24 at 06:41, Guus Schreiber wrote:
> Comments from Lacy Lee on OWL Reference:
>  > The examples in section 3.1.3 for the intersectionOf and unionOf 
> properties
>  > don't seem like they represent typical uses of the properties 
> (manipulating
>  > explicit enumerations).
> The enumeration examples were used to make clear to the user what the
> difference is between union and intersection, but it is true that these
> are not typical. We will consider replacing these with more typical
> examples.

I'd rather the response included the replacement text.


>  > Section 4.1's NOTE: says in OWL DL the domain and range of the 
> subPropertyOf
>  > property must be either both datatype properties or object 
> properties, but I
>  > would think the note would also apply to OWL Lite?
> By default, all OWL DL notes also apply to OWL Lite. OWL Lite is
> specified in Reference in terms of explicit restriction on OWL DL (see
> Sec. 8.3). We will make this clearer in the text.

And again here, it's even more important.

As a reviewer, I'd be hard pressed to say whether this response
satisfied my concern until I'd seen the text.

Dan Connolly, W3C

Received on Thursday, 24 April 2003 09:34:21 UTC