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[protege-discussion] Reified Relations

Jonathan Carter jonathan.carter at e-asolutions.com
Sun Jan 25 08:53:35 PST 2009


Basically, a reified relation is just a relation that has attributes  
of its own. Define a class with slots for the attributes that you need  
to have on the relation and then an Instance slot for each end of the  
relation. See the :DIRECTED-BINARY-RELATION class for examples. It's  
like defining a link class in OO systems, if you are familiar with  
that sort of thing.

Then, to make the relation, for each of your classes that appear on  
the 'ends' of the relation, define an Instance slot to contain your  
new reified relation class.

Hope this helps

Regards

Jonathan
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On 25 Jan 2009, at 08:28, Adrian Suter wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I like to define a "Reified Relation" like is mentioned at http://protegewiki.stanford.edu/index.php/Graph_Widget_Tutorial_OWL 
>  at the bottom.
> Has anyone some mor information how to do this?
>
> Adrian
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