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On 2002-02-19 16:59, "ext Manos Batsis" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Take RDF for example, (AFAIK and even worse, last time I checked) where
> literals cannot be subjects in a sentence (triple). This essentially has
> to do with the RDF model; a literal there is just that; what if the
> system was able to uniquely identify this literal and refer to it with a
> *unique* URI; all implemented features applicable to resources would be
> available for literals as well.
I don't see the point. Do you wish to talk about an occurrence
of a literal? A concrete example would help.
> This brings up some thoughts (and a problem) but this is the wrong
Please share them either offline or point us to the right list.
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