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> Joshua Allen scripsit:
> > But if I use something like
> > http://www.w3.org ownerIs _:anon1
> > _:anon1 qualityIs good
> > I am talking about the W3C
> > (the plain English for this is "The owner of http://www.w3.org has good
> > quality")
> This scheme does work; the difficulty is when we are trying to achieve
> conspectus over a lot of bits of RDF. How can I tell that your _:anon1
> is to be identified with my _:anon437, both meaning the W3C?
> Subject indicators can help solve this problem.
I said I was done with this thread. I should clarify that I'm done with the,
er, esoteric subthreads. This is meat.
The DAML/OWL UnambiguousProperty class solves this problem directly. If
"ownerOf" is declared as an UnambiguousProperty, then your _:anon437 can be
identified with JA's _:anon1 by axiom.
That having been said, I have no use for this trick because, in short, it's
too Topic Mappish for me.
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