Re: [ba-ohs-talk] ANN: GSIX, v0.44.
Hi Murray, (01)
Well, I've been out of action for a while through illness. I've missed the
action, and I'm still not functioning 100%. So I just haven't seen that
Can you give the list the URLs for those specs, especially GXL? (02)
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From: "Murray Altheim" <email@example.com>
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Subject: Re: [ba-ohs-talk] ANN: GSIX, v0.44. (04)
> Peter Jones wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Just announcing an update to GSIX to these lists initially.
> > I identified a problem with semantic indeterminacy (problems with
> > in respect of the Bubble Rules for which I hope I've provided an
> > cure.
> > It should now be possible to build proper ontologies (fingers and toes
> > crossed).
> > I hope to provide a document outlining how to do that in due course.
> I just glanced over the GSIX specification and was wondering why
> you didn't use an existing graph syntax for GSIX. I've myself been
> doing something similar to your work (ie., with Peter Becker had
> even posted a preliminary XML Conceptual Graphs DTD last fall), but
> am now basing the syntax in the Graph Exchange Language (GXL), which
> I like because it seems to provide the essential graph semantics
> but can be easily extended. Because I'm expecting to need a common
> graph notation for a number of purposes within my project, this will
> only require a change schema, not notation.
> Murray Altheim <mailto:m.altheim @ open.ac.uk>
> Knowledge Media Institute
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