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[protege-discussion] [protege-owl] Axiome?
saeedhp at stanford.edu
Wed Feb 3 20:26:42 PST 2010
You are very welcome Leo!
Also Axiome has an Elicitation Tab which provides common structures in
the rule base as rule templates in english-like text to write new
rules. So you can easily edit them and insert them in the rule base as
new rules. However you need to have at least one rule in the rule base
to use Axiome Elicitation Tab and this tab works as a tool for
extending a rule base rather that generating one from scratch.
To write the first new SWRL rules you can use SWRLTab. Check out this link:
On Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 11:55 PM, Saeed Hassanpour <saeedhp at stanford.edu> wrote:
> Hi Leo,
> For now on could you please post the question to protege-owl mailing
> list <protege-owl at lists.stanford.edu>?
> Axiome works based on syntactic structure of rules and tries to parse
> them. So if there is a structural/syntactic problem with rules, it
> returns blank. I suggest to review the rules to make sure that they
> are syntactically correct.
> If everything looks right in the rule base, you can send the rule base
> + ontology to me, I 'll be happy to take a look and find out what
> causes the problem.
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