On 5/14/14 10:09 AM, William Frank
My question remains
ignored and unanswered, but now I know it will not be by you and
Kingsley: Why in the world invent these new awkward formal
languages when an easier to read by people family of formal
languages for which there is a huge existing body of knowledge
about how to reason with them already exists?
Did I not make my context clear? Basically, how does this huge
existing body of knowledge become a Web, once exploitable via public
(World Wide Web) and/or private networks (intranets [LANs] and
extranets [identity constrained WANs] ) .
The invention here, if its to characterized as such, boils down to:
1. HTTP URI based entity denotation
2. RDF language based structured data representation
3. HTTP based data access.
Do you have some alternative to the above in regards to web-like
knowledge that's accessible via HTTP networks?
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