Jeremy -

Test I5.26/006 is intended to illustrate that the bnodes in a description
can't form cycles. However, as far as I can tell, this particular example
is in Full even without this restriction. At least, I can't work out what
the corresponding abstract syntax would be that would produce this (and I
don't think this is just because of the cycle).  The bnode (B) seems to
correspond to some class description that doesn't get used by anything
other than itself, so I don't see how it could arise.

Something like sticking in an rdf:type triple with B as the object would
(I think) make it clearer what the test is intended to catch.

Does that make sense?


Sean Bechhofer

Received on Thursday, 28 August 2003 09:51:21 UTC