|From:||Melvin Carvalho <melvincarvalho@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Wed, 20 Aug 2014 01:31:43 +0200|
On 20 August 2014 01:17, David Whitten <whitten@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
There is an interesting discussion re reasoning about Time and State
Funnily enough I was just reading that article.
For this I think of Kant and the a priori forms of sensibility, space, time and causality.
RDF is a description language, and it corresponds to, space.
Time is the changing notion, it corresponds to reading and writing and is quite hard to model in RDF alone.
Logic seems to me to correspond to causality.
In Joyce's Ulysses he changes space into the visible, and time into the audible. It's almost like time and music are related.
So given this, I think that ontologies and description frameworks need not worry too much about time / state, it seems to be another layer ...
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