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[p4-feedback] Why max operator doesnt work when min operator works
dave.mccomb at semanticarts.com
Thu Nov 14 15:36:15 PST 2013
It's part of the open world assumption.
Create a complement of the class with the max restriction. ( say your restriction is tricycle vehicle and hasWheels max 3). Create a vehicle instance. Create 4 wheel instances and make sure they are mutually different from each other. Create a complement to the Tricycle class ( say NonTrike, which is equivalent to Not Tricycle ). Put the four wheels on your vehicle and you'll see it infers to be a NonTrike.
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On Nov 14, 2013, at 2:52 PM, "buksy" <jjtusan at gmail.com> wrote:
> and what about the min & max operator? Why does max operator doesn't work?
> Could you please suggest how to edit ontology to make max operator work?
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