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AlessandroAdamou about DisjointnessOfComplement (DOC) +I obviously do not expect a "classic ontology" diagram, but an illustration depicting the difference between the two types of statements is strongly recommended. A couple of Venn diagrams, one for complement and one for disjointness, should do fine.
AlessandroAdamou about Inverse n-ary relationship +The figures seem to show that some inverse The figures seem to show that some inverse properties may be unneeded for what are considered as additional arguments. Also, the abstract version should be made a little more "general", by pointing out that the minor relations are in an arbitrary [1..n] amount. lations are in an arbitrary [1..n] amount.
AlessandroAdamou about Object with states +Figure is clear, but if possible please us Figure is clear, but if possible please use arrows with no fill for subclasses. As it is meant to represent a usage schema, it is okay to retain the tripartition of Object and State in the figure. Maybe it could be made as State1, State2, ... StateN and the like as State1, State2, ... StateN and the like
AlessandroAdamou about OnlynessIsLoneliness (OIL) +Perhaps a single diagram for depicting the Perhaps a single diagram for depicting the scenario could be helpful. Since the authors claim the pattern to be only a rewording on a certain type of statement, it is not possible to show how using the pattern or the antipattern would yield different results. However, an illustration could at least show an example of what we are trying to model, including instances and how they would be related to each other. d how they would be related to each other.
AlessandroAdamou about Reactor pattern +Clear and understandable, though it would be better to develop the figure vertically a little more.
AlessandroAdamou about Symmetric n-ary relationship +The supplied figure is clear enough for knowledgeable N-ary relationship pattern users.
AndreaNuzzolese about Faceted Classification Scheme +Medium.

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BenedictoRodriguezCastro about Object with states 2 +The graphical representation of the generi The graphical representation of the generic OWS pattern submitted is adequate. It captures the relevant elements that participate in the realization of the pattern. However, consider also adding a graphical representation of a specific example that instantiates the pattern. The submission already provides a textual description of such specific example in the context of software defects, yet a graphical representation will illustrate how the generic elements of the pattern map to the elements in the example. This is considered a good practice for the documentation of design patterns in general. cumentation of design patterns in general.
BenedictoRodriguezCastro about Template Instance +The illustrations provided are very helpful. But again, lack of illustrations of a concrete example are missing.
BenedictoRodriguezCastro about TransportPattern +See section "Review Summary".
BorisVillazón-Terrazas about Define Hybrid Class Resolving Disjointness due to Subsomption +For a better understanding of the pattern, I think figures can be transformed to PNG.
BorisVillazón-Terrazas about Faceted Classification Scheme +Good
BorisVillazón-Terrazas about Xsd:sequence embedding +In spite figures are clear, the overall pattern is not clear.

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EnricoDaga about Xsd:sequence embedding +Not evaluable at the moment.

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FrancoisScharffe about Classification scheme - adjacency list model - to Taxonomy +Yes
FrancoisScharffe about Enlarge Class Definition for Resolving Disjointness due to Subsomption +Despite clear figures, it would be better to visualize it on the web page directly.

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GerdGroener about Classification scheme - path enumeration model - to Taxonomy +medium
GerdGroener about DisjointnessOfComplement (DOC) +medium, no Figures
GerdGroener about Inverse n-ary relationship +Could be improved (see above): Give the example in the same representation style like on the web page of W3C.
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