RE: XML syntax for SWRL

From: Boley, Harold (Harold.Boley@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca)
Date: 06/23/04

  • Next message: Peter F. Patel-Schneider: "Re: XML syntax for SWRL"
    Hi Peter and All,
    
    there seems to have been an oversight w.r.t. sorting/typing
    SWRL variables according to the "I" vs. "D" distinction.
    This can be added using RuleML's 'type' attribute. So, in
    <http://www.w3.org/Submission/2004/SUBM-SWRL-20040521/#5>,
    the ruleml:var element
    
    <ruleml:var>xsd:string</ruleml:var>
    
    may be refined to either of these typed elements, following
    the Abstract Syntax grammar:
    
    <ruleml:var ruleml:type="I">xsd:string</ruleml:var>
    <ruleml:var ruleml:type="D">xsd:string</ruleml:var>
    
    Best,
    Harold
    
    
    -----Original Message-----
    From: owner-joint-committee@wrath.daml.org
    [mailto:owner-joint-committee@wrath.daml.org]On Behalf Of Peter F.
    Patel-Schneider
    Sent: June 23, 2004 12:10 PM
    To: mdean@bbn.com
    Cc: joint-committee@daml.org
    Subject: XML syntax for SWRL
    
    
    I was looking through the XML syntax for SWRL and it seems to me that the
    distinction between I-variables and D-variables does not show up in this
    syntax.  What happened?
    
    peter
    


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