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Wait a minute. Rereading that: then a URI IS a resource
because resource identifiers are in the set. So a URI
can identify another URI? So a URI can be a representation?
From: Jan Algermissen [mailto:email@example.com]
Apologies for the annoying formatting. I just can't get Thunderbird to
let me edit mails in plain text - arrg :-(
Jan Algermissen quotes R.Fiedling:
> " More precisely, a resource /R/ is a temporally varying membership
> function /M/_R /(t)/, which for time /t/ maps to
> a set of entities, or values, which are equivalent. The values in the
> set may be /resource representations/ and/or
> /resource identifiers/."