Sorry – the phone sometimes sends before I am finished.
Jumping in the water may be dangerous at this point, but I think part of the issue is whether we use an object model as in GML where classes determine their properties, and semantic oriented approaches like RDFS/OWL where properties are
independent of classes and are then assigned to classes as required. A mix of approaches is likely required.
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Jumping in the water may be dangerous at this point, but I think part of the issue is whether we use an object model as in GML where classes determine their properties, and semantic orientéd mis
But can't I have a concept like river-fordability as a feature of interest which involves several things such as water depth but also presence of crocs, piranhas, sharp rocks etc.
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