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Re: many-to-many


Re:  many-to-many
Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote,
> Ok.  That makes sense.  The model is the selector and there can be
> many selectors (I know that is not official terminology but I am
> comfortable with that).
>
> Then, the IETF 2396 spec can't formally map to RDF. It has terms which
> have no equivalents.

That's right IMO.

> It is as if the authors should have separated the syntax specification
> for creating the URI from any spec for a means of using it as an
> identifier in a process of separately specified identification.

Well, they tried. After all the title is "Uniform Resource Identifiers: 
Generic *Syntax*". But somehow or other a couple of paras of something 
else crept in and have been causing trouble ever since. If they were 
just snipped out it'd be no great loss.

> Another example of doing less is more?

Could be ...

Cheers,


Miles

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