From: Richard Fikes (fikes@ksl.Stanford.EDU)
This is the paragraph I read a few minutes ago: DQL has an object-oriented structure in which each object (e.g., query, query answer, etc.) consists of a set of property-value pairs where a value may be one or a set of URIrefs, literals, DAML+OIL sentences, or DQL objects. Although this specification is intended to provide sufficient information to enable use and analysis of DQL, it does not include a recommendation for a normative external syntax for the language. A proposed XML syntax for DQL is available at http://ksl.stanford.edu/projects/dql/.
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