reusing SPARQL's result format ...

From: conor dowling <>
Date: Thu, 5 May 2005 11:29:45 -0700

this may be way off base - I'm only getting up to speed on RDF
querying. Is there any reason why the Fresnel "Result Tree" can't just
be an enhanced version of the SPARQL query result format
( For example, just add a
label attribute to head elements to support labels?

In the SPARQL standard they say: ""Results can be thought of as a
table, with one row per query solution. Some cells may be empty because
a variable is not bound in that particular solution."

An example in the SPARQL standard
( with
added label support?

<?xml version="1.0"?>
   xmlns="" >
     <variable name="nameX" label="Name"/> <!-- ADDED label here -->
     <variable name="nameY" label="Friends Name"/>
     <variable name="nickY" label="NickName"/>
       <nickY bound="false"/>
Received on Thu May 05 2005 - 18:28:43 EDT

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