libby.miller at b...
Tue Mar 5 16:48:51 UTC 2002
sure. no, I havent. In RDF you can't make negative statements though I
think, at least at the moment. We could roll back and delete incorrect
statements from a particular source though, If we knew that they were
false (provenence :)
On Tue, 5 Mar 2002, Charles McCathieNevile wrote:
> So the next question is how we deal with the fact that someone might claim
> that two email addresses are the same person, and someone else makes a
> counterassertion that they are not...
> Got a model for working out whose version of the truth I trust?
> On Tue, 5 Mar 2002, Libby Miller wrote:
> cc'd rdfweb-dev
> damn you...reasonable point though. W3C in particular seem to have 2 or
> 3 emails each, and bristol.ac.uk ones can also be bris.ac.uk. ah well.
> danbri suggested that adding a bit of rdf which said that a person had
> both emails might work in combining them, which I think is correct,
> provided my smushing algorithm is working properly. I'll have to have a
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