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Not in cwm, and definitely not in RDF

I do hope folks realize that when RDF goes mainstream, lock-in via rules engines will be the order of the day.

Norm Walsh is working out negation: Not in RDF. Go and look at it, the example is cool. But it could have been better titled "Using cwm rules to express not". [Which is not as snappy and I'm such a pedant. But I want to scream every time I see cwm/N3 conflated with RDF.]

[beastie boys: sabotage]


April 21, 2004 09:02 PM

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Seairth Jacobs
(April 22, 2004 04:20 AM #)

Frankly, that whole thing was just too complicated for me. That's why I suggested the alternative (see comments), but given the lack of feedback, I assume that it's not a viable possibility. Regardless, that's the sort of simplicity I'd like to see...

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