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- From: Bill dehOra <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: email@example.com
- Date: Thu, 19 Oct 2000 15:04:47 +0100
>What the RDF might bring to the party is a means to
>train the machine a bit better, so in effect, a
>separate set of instructions. As Joe said, it
>comes down to pattern recognition. Humans do it
>extremely well and that combined with an opposable
>thumb and speech gave us top branch on the monkey tree.
>What services can pattern recognition provide?
Associative memory (find all like this uri) instead of addressing memory
(find at this uri). You could knock out a very cool implementation of Linda
tuple spaces using rdf.
Distributed/event based rules processing. Facts, rules, actions and
assertions are all tuple patterns and live in the service space (or a
network of services). You could knock a very cool implementation of such a
rules base using Linda tuple spaces using rdf.
Everything that Sun's Jini claims to be able to offer. You could knock up a
very cool distributed computing environment using...
-Bill de hÓra