Thank you very much for the comprehensive answer, really gave me some more insights about the goals and focus areas of BAMM.
I think the learning curve also of Web of Things is quite steep, it however is more “applicable” for me because of many available examples and use cases.
And maybe also because it also specifies with the TD quite a lot about how to access concrete “thing” instances.
What you referred to regarding the additional benefits of the BAMM aspect models: I think those also are all covered by the WoT “Thing Model” concept currently added in the 1.1 version of the specification, also supporting inheritance, importing and composing from and of other Thing Models, TDs being instances of those TMs.
I agree that using such methods is crucial for modeling things or aspects and it is great that BAMM also has that topic covered.
Could you maybe point me to some examples of BAMM aspect models and how to provide implementations of eg digital twins following the aspect models?
Really appreciating the forum and the possibility to get in contact.