RE: SWRL levels

From: Mike Dean ([email protected])
Date: 11/17/05

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    From: "Gerd Wagner" <[email protected]>
    To: "'Ian Horrocks'" <[email protected]>,
    	"'Peter F. Patel-Schneider'" <[email protected]>
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    Subject: RE: SWRL levels
    Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 11:49:44 +0100
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    > > I worry that Tim's view is tending towards a Tower of Babel, i.e., 
    > > different languages that *do not* work together because they make 
    > > different underlying assumptions.
    > I agree - and my worries were not at all relieved by talk of 
    > "interlocking" languages, whatever that means.
    Don't worry, people work (somehow) together despite having "different
    underlying assumptions". We can expect the same for Web agents/applications.

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