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email@example.com (Jonathan Borden) writes:
>No! At least not in the case of RDF/OWL whose semantic models are
>defined around the concepts of sets where shared semantics can be
>defined as the intersection of any two or more party's semantics. That
>is the whole point.
Odd. I don't think of semantics as something I want formalized to the
point where I can calculate intersections. Not only does it demand a
lot of work, but it may well drive me to produce false clarifications
for the sake of calculation.
Thanks, but sharing data models remains something that sounds great but
is deeply pernicious when examined closely.