Re: [unrev-II] Semantic Community Web Portal

From: Eric Armstrong (
Date: Thu Sep 13 2001 - 15:00:38 PDT

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    Alex Shapiro wrote:

    > The solution to this problem, is to only show a subset of the graph at
    > a
    > time. So far, the only tool to do so is theBrain, and it only shows a
    > very
    > small window into the data. There are much better ways. Have you
    > checked
    > out this paper by the
    > way? What to you
    > think?

    I haven't. Please summarize the central argument or theme, so I know why
    should take a look at it (or why I can afford to ignore it, as the case
    may be.)

    > > >From another post, I argue that it is important to allow structures
    > with
    > >no typing
    > >at all -- the classical outline structure. But it should also be
    > >possible to add those
    > >types in proactively or retroactively.
    > I don't understand what you mean here. Structures with no typing at
    > all?

    An outline is an example of an "untyped" structure. Items in the outline
    have a
    hierarchical relationship, but neither the items nor the relationships
    have any
    "type" information (query, idea, argument for, etc.)

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