scribble: rules for foaf:uncle as test case for 'social meaning'
danbri at w3.org
Wed Feb 26 21:30:02 UTC 2003
Attached, quick hack at sketching rules to represent the meaning of a
(currently fictional) property, foaf:uncle.
Does anyone fancy having a crack at doing this properly, for something like
foaf:husband, wife, father, mother, parent, spouse, brother, sister, sibling,
uncle, aunt, grandmother, grandfather, gender? This is all probably in the
first chapter of an AI or Prolog textbook somewhere...
I'd like to have such things in the foaf language, alongside some form of
machine-readable rules that capture more of the meaning of the terms than
RDF Schema or OWL can do alone. Maybe use N3?
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Subject: scribble: rules for foaf:uncle as test case for 'social meaning'
Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2003 16:20:30 -0500
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