To: Ivan Herman <email@example.com>
Subject: [LC response] To Ivan Herman
Thank you for your comment
on the OWL 2 Web Ontology Language last call drafts.
The WG agreed that further clarification and examples would be useful. Consequently, Section 11.2 has been slightly reworked. Various restrictions have now been structured according to their function, the existing examples have been rewritten, and two additional examples along the lines of what you suggested have been added. These changes are captured by the following diff:
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a little bit more. Ie, this might require a little bit more discussions on the list (or at least the WG approval...)
I look at 11.1 and 11.2. And, obviously, this is _very_ difficult to follow for somebody who has not been in the area of DL. The set of examples are therefore very useful; it gives a good 'vague' idea for laypeople and let the details to experts.
However... just trying to see how things would become a bit more palatable.
Just my 2 pence...