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[p4-feedback] SWRL editing in protégé 4
nick.drummond at cs.manchester.ac.uk
Wed Apr 1 09:10:45 PDT 2009
P4 build 110 will have basic editing support for rules. This is simply in
the form of a SWRL expression editor hooked up to the OWL API parser.
I will have to look at the serialisation issues (not supported by OWL/XML
and rendering of axiom annotations in RDF/XML).
2009/3/31 Fornara Nicoletta <fornaran at lu.unisi.ch>
> It is not possible to edit SWRL rules in protégé 4.0 and certain rules have
> some problems (see my post in February).
> I use this solution: I edit SWRL rules with protege 3.4 save them in the
> .owl file and copy them in the protégé 4.0 .owl file, and open the file with
> protégé 4.0 where I can only browse the rules. In protégé 4.0 you can use
> pellet 1.5 or the plug-in pellet 2.0 to reason on SWRL rules without using
> the Jess bridge.
> My main problem is that when I open the .owl file with rules with protégé
> 4.0 I am not any more able to save it. If I want to change the ontology I
> have to remove the rules, change the ontology and insert them again.
> If you find a better solution please let us know!
> Nicoletta Fornara
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> Sent: martedì, 31. marzo 2009 12:07
> To: p4-feedback at lists.stanford.edu
> Subject: [p4-feedback] SWRL editing in protégé 4
> I have recently explored the SWRL editing and execution capabilities of
> protégé 3.4 and 4.0. The SWRL editor of 3.4 is quite OK. Execution, on the
> other hand, requires JESS and even then it is not fully integrated.
> Protégé 4.0 beta (Version 4.0.109) however can infer upon SWRL rules using
> both pellet
> 1.5 and 2.0. The only problem is, that I can only display SWRL rules using
> the 'Rules'
> ontology view.
> My question is whether it is possible to create and/or edit rules in
> Protégé 4 somehow.
> It would make Protégé 4 the perfect platform for our project.
> Thanks in advance for your answer!
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