Re: OWL Test Results page, built from RDF

> > My big dilemma right now is how we should report Consistency and
> > Negative Entialment test results for incomplete reasoners.  I'm not
> > comfortable with saying "Pass" when you just time out, but as Jos
> > pointed out, the fact that you were not able to find an inconsistency
> > is still useful.  Maybe something like "Partial", which would be
> > considered better than "Incomplete" but still not as good as "Pass".
> > This would allow an OWL Full implementation to, in theory, do okay
> > (Pass/Partial) on every test.   Basically, "Incomplete" would be
> > counted as "Partial" for certain types of reasoners on certain types
> > of tests.   Maybe it should just be "Good Incomplete" and "Bad
> > Incomplete"... -- but that distinction can be made in my code, as long
> > as its told which kind of reasoner is involved.
> If we use the term 'incomplete' it is not perjorative, merely a technical

> description.
> However, given that even WG members cannot emotionally buy that, using
> 'partial' instead is better.

I was wrong - IncompleteRun is indeed a good idea for
saying "Pass" when you just time out (my confusion
was that I thought we then couldn't get a FailingRun for
a Consistency and Negative Entialment test, but we can).
I will try to update my testresults that way.

Jos De Roo, AGFA

Received on Friday, 5 September 2003 05:29:44 UTC