[sc34wg3] CTM for non-SVO languages
rho at devc.at
Wed Feb 6 05:28:26 EST 2008
On Mon, Feb 04, 2008 at 05:54:08PM +0100, Lars Heuer wrote:
> 1. Kyoto removes a delimiter for type/value pairs.
> To make CTM readable again (especially for non-SVO languages),
> Kyoto proposes a semicolon to mark the end of a statement.
> Otherwise the type/value entities would just 'hang around' without
> an indication which one is used as type and which is meant as
Right. I still do not understand how this move should have improved
the readability for non-SVO languages. With a
syntax we could achieve the same and with templates ...
> - "John Lennon" # Name
> Birth-Place(Liverpool) # Template invocation
> Place-of-Death(New-York) # Template invocation
> homepage: <http://lennon.com/> # Occurrence
... as the original draft had them already, non-SVOness could be
encoded as well.
PS: The <> around URIs are just sooo wrong. ;-)
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