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[protege-owl] Best way to define sameAs - with OWL DL

Matthew Horridge matthew.horridge at cs.man.ac.uk
Wed Apr 11 03:08:49 PDT 2007


> if you want to assert the equivalence among classes  
> owl:equivalentClass would do
>

Yes.  To do this in Protege-OWL you need to make soccer a  
Necessary&Sufficient condition of football.

Cheers,

Matthew




> Hope this helps,
>
> Luigi
>
> On 4/11/07, Arshan < arshan_v at yahoo.co.in> wrote:Hi
>
> I'd be grateful if someone could explain what is the best way I can  
> follow to
> implement the fact that two classes are the same ?
>
> For example class football = class soccer ?
>
> As I have understood, the sameAs should do the job but it is part  
> of OWL Full
> and can't be used by pellet.
>
> I looked at the archives and came across the thread "synonym  
> and ... - from
> 2006" but I wonder if someone could recommend a way more updated?
>
> So when I query for football instances, I could also retrieve the  
> instances of
> soccer?
>
> Thank you in advance
> Arshan
>
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