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[p4-feedback] P4 and OWL 1

Nick Drummond nick.drummond at cs.manchester.ac.uk
Tue Apr 7 04:05:15 PDT 2009


Hi Stefano,

I've implemented this as a refactor action.
This gives the user more flexibility as you can transform existing
ontologies (so obviously if a plugin doesn't do the "correct" thing for your
circumstances it is still possible to transform).

Will be available in the next build (next week with any luck).

Nick

2009/4/7 Nick Drummond <nick.drummond at cs.manchester.ac.uk>

> Hi Stefano,
>
> You can also create allDisjointClasses manually (using multiselect).
> They are nice because they are much more compact, but you are right this is
> an OWL 2 construct and breaks backwards compatibility.
>
> The quickest solution I can put in place is an option on the "Make all
> primitive siblings disjoint" action.
>
> But at some point it would be really nice to have "save as owl1.0" which
> performs transforms where possible and warns where not.
>
> Nick
>
> 2009/4/7 Stefano David <sdavid at delicias.dia.fi.upm.es>
>
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>> Hi,
>> I'm using P4 b108 and I created an OWL 1 ontology, with a set of
>> disjoint (sub)classes. I discovered that if you manually specify class'
>> disjointness, then the axioms are saved (in RDF/XML) as OWL 1 with
>> owl:disjointWith axioms, whereas if you use the shortcut C-j (or the
>> menu item Edit -> make all siblings disjoint), they are saved with the
>> constructors owl:AllDisjointClasses and owl:members, therefore breaking
>> compatibility with OWL 1.
>>
>> As a side note, the OWL Validator at mygrid.org.uk is not working today,
>> so I cannot check against it (but I did it a couple of days ago).
>>
>> So, I wonder whether there is the possibility to save the ontology in
>> OWL 1, using only owl:disjointWith.
>>
>> Thank you in advance,
>> Stefano David
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