[seek-kr-sms] my emails on SWRL: lost images
ludaesch at ucdavis.edu
Sat Apr 23 19:50:51 PDT 2005
Thanks for going through the trouble of making these HTML emails work
Yes, I can now see the image.
However, all said and done, I still don't quite understand why we
cannot keep the rule as is:
has_uncle(X1,X3) :- has_parent(X1,X2), has_brother(X2,X3).
This is as clear as it gets. It's human readable, easy to parse, and I
don't see how it can be improved (if it ain't broken don't fix it ;-).
Again, if tools support SWRL so be it. Maybe we have to do it also.
But there is really no technical contribution in providing yet another
syntax for a non-existent problem (IMHO). But then again, maybe I'm
missing something fundamental about SWRL..
Serguei Krivov writes:
> Also, for data integration with these kinds of "arbitrary" concept
> expressions, you might look at this paper:
> It is a very interesting paper!
> Bertram and Shawn,
> While reading my own messages in your replies I noticed that the images I
> sent were actually lost( I sent emails in html and I am not sure you got
> them) and all the meaning of what I wanted to say was lost as a consequence
> of the html2ascii conversion.
> Here are my real emails in the attachments.
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