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RE: [Gzz] RE: [ba-ohs-talk] Fenfire, RDF (re "Towards a StandardGraph-Based...")

On Tue, 11 Mar 2003, Danny Ayers wrote:    (01)

(should we move to the new list btw? i mean the one Benja created,
http://mail.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/fenfire-rdf-discuss . i'm there
so omit ohs-talk and gzz-dev from replys at will))    (02)

> > > A
> > > |-x
> > > B-A
> > >  |
> > >  y
> Ok, I'm convinced!!!    (03)

wow -- that was yet a far from perfect example but glad to hear you are,
thanks to Benja for clarifying the issue. one comment about visualization:    (04)

> Showing nodes more than once would certainly make the layout easier,
> although I suppose care would have to be taken to make it clear that node
> A(1) is the same individual as node A(2).    (05)

yes.    (06)

this was discussed in the Fenfire context a few weeks ago,
.. in a way it's a transclusion and we have seen visualisations of that,
right? though it's not obvious what would be a clear notation in complex
graphs etc. perhaps some lumineous beam would do :)    (07)

and of course animation (interpolation) when the scene changes (due to
either context (focus) or view change) (btw if someone knows of a decent
cell divison algorithm i'd be interested, akin to the style of e.g.
)    (08)

> Danny.    (09)

~Toni    (010)