I recently came upon this dated comparison of features in RDF querying languages. It predates SPARQL and as a result prompted Dan Connoly to attempt to demonstrate how SPARQL fares in this matrix. In reading it, I realized some of the features marked as 'No' under Versa are incorrect. So here is my attempt to demonstrate how (current Versa specification) would implement these requirements:
5 Quantification: Return the persons who are authors of all publications
The section name is misleading as it suggests the use of FOPL semantics to resolve a pattern that can be solved without FOPL semantics:
filter( 'all()', 'eq(length(difference(all()-dc:creator->*. - dc:creator->*)),0)' )
10 Namespace: Return all resources whose namespace starts with "http://www.aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de/".
filter( 'all()', 'starts-with("http://www.aifb.uni-karlsruhe.de/")' )
14 Entailment: Return all instances of that are members of the class Publication.
The current specification says (about rdf:type entailment):
Returns a list of all resources of a specified type, as defined by RDFS and optionally DAML schema specifications ...
So, the implementation has the option to account for entailment rules (as the 4Suite implementation does):