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[protege-owl] protege 4.0 and Pellet 1.5: reasoning is quite slow

Jennifer Vendetti vendetti at stanford.edu
Fri Jan 11 10:42:34 PST 2008


Davide,

We have a separate mailing list for Protege 4.0.  Please repost your 
question there:

http://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/p4-feedback

Thank you,
Jennifer

Davide Codoro wrote:
> Hello I'm trying to get confident with Protege 4.0 and SWRL rules, so 
> I created my own little Family Onthology to do some tests.
> In the ontology there are only maybe 20 classes, 20 object properties, 
> 10 individuals and 10 SWRL rules.
> The reasoning is always correct and complete with Pellet 1.5, but it's 
> very slow!! When I select an individual it takes something like a 
> minute to infer all the classes and properties it has.
> Is there any reason, like a bug or an alpha-related limit, for this 
> slowness?
> Maybe would be better reasoning with Fact++? (sincerely I'm not sure 
> if Fact++ handles rules or not...)
> Or should I reason directly from Pellet console instead than from Protege?
>
> Every help is welcome, thanks and goodbye!
>
> Davide
>
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