Reviews:EnricoMotta about Literal Reification

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EnricoMotta about Literal Reification (Revision ID: Reification?oldid=10110 10110)

Overall suggestion (score): 1 - needs minor revision

Review Summary: Useful pattern supporting the reification of literal values within OWL, so that they can be used as 'first class objects' in OWL models. The pattern seems valid, however I had trouble trying to browse it in both NeOn and Topbraid, which made my life a bit painful. I am also surprised that the pattern does not clarify how to link the resulting reified literals to the obvious related entities - e,g, an entity such as, which describes ParisHilton.
Reviewer Confidence: High
Problems: The OWL source does not load properly in either topbraid or neon. This should be fixed.
Community Relevance: This is very useful pattern applicable to zillions of scenarios
Relation to Best Practices: There are a lot of proposals about how to talk about tags and link web2.0 systems to the semantic web and a comparison with the way other people have tackled this problem would be useful.
Reusability: The pattern is very reusable
Relations to Other Patterns:
Overall Understandability: The pattern is reasonably easy to understand although the description, context and motivation are rather minimalist
Clear Problem Description: I think the scenario could be made clearer and more meaningful by showing how to link tags to the owl entities denoting the same object as the tag
Clear Relevance and Consequences:
Clear Figures and Illustrations:
Missing Information: How do I link the tag :parisTag2 in your scenario to

Posted: 2010/9/19 Last modified: 2010/9/19

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