Resource Property of Resource Shape has a oslc:representation property that specifies how the property should be expressed in RDF/XML: inline, reference or either. The purpose of this was likely to control the structural format of the RDF/XML documents to facilitate simplified parsing with XML DOM or XPath by clients that don't want to use an RDF/XML parser.
The oslc:representation property is not include in any of the OSLC3 shapes, and is not included in the Constraints sections of the specifications generated by ReSpec.
This may create compatibility issues with OSLC2 clients that are expecting the RDF/XML to be in a particular structural format. Although this is a bad practice, it may be commonly used. We should consider if this property needs to be retained.