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[p4-feedback] Why max operator doesnt work when min operator works
jjtusan at gmail.com
Wed Nov 13 02:11:24 PST 2013
I've just started using Protege and ontology and it looks interesting. I've
made a little ontology about movies from IMDB. Unfortunatelly, there are few
things I don't understand, which I would like to ask you experts for help.
Here is my ontology movies_post_rdf.owl
(uploadmb.com: owl <http://www.uploadmb.com/dw.php?id=1384337047> | rdf
You can see I have MultipleYearsCreationTitles class which selects all
Titles (movies/Tv series) which have been in production for more than 1 year
(kinda equivalent to Tv series). Each title has data property
"hasYearRelease", tv series have multiple of them. So I can select titles in
MultipleYearsCreationTitles with "/Titles and (hasYearRelease min 2
Literal)/". I have also LessThan10YearsCreationTitles class which selects
titles with "/Titles and (hasYearRelease max 10 Literal)/". Now, why doesn't
this work with max operator if it works with min operator (I expect Alias tv
serie to be selected in "LessThan10YearsCreationTitles")?
There is also "FunTitles" class which contains titles that have only
FunGenres (example is Yes Man which have only "fun" genres (comedy &
romance)). So why is "FunTitles" class empty after starting reasoner?
Thank you in advance :)
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