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The usability of anonymous nodes can be overrated as they don't have a
URI serving as a global unique identifier (and potentialy locator) for
Using "predications linking them to suitable subject-indicating URIs"
sounds cumbersome. Using actual resources provides this functionality in
a more uniform way. Then again, I don't consider anonymous nodes to be
resources; based on my rather quick interpretation of LBase , they
can be classified under the "quantified formula" mechanisms.
> On Friday 24 January 2003 02:27 pm, John Cowan wrote:
>>RDF people could do this too, by only referring to addressable resources
>>with URIs, and using anonymous nodes for non-addressable resources
>>(with predications linking them to suitable subject-indicating URIs).