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UNKNOWN_SPEAKER: Semantics of Uniterm: mapping function.
Axel: No semantic difference between builtins and user-defined functions.
csma: Currently, not distinguished in BLD.
<sandro> AxelPolleres, while we have subclassing in RDFS, do you think we can mandate that RIF Consumers do complete RDFS reasoning before extracting the RIF semantics structures? That seems like a fairly hard sell to Gary. :-)
csma: in PRD we have fixed interpretation functions.
<ChrisW> Scribe: Harold
Gary: Plus: all args of builtins must be ground.
csma: Yes, that was in the patterns.
<AxelPolleres> For Gary, nothing changes, I don't say that the XML syntax for PR needs to accept <smsnaf> in place of <naf>
Gary: So we have no universal
semantics that tells us for every expression if it's true or
... Would be nice to have a more general semantics for both.
<AxelPolleres> but a stratified datalog dialect should maybe accept sms-rulesets, as long as they are stratified.
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