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[protege-owl] Duration of Years Months Days Hours (or time)

Matsokis Aristeidis aristeidis.matsokis at epfl.ch
Sun Jan 27 23:46:06 PST 2008


Hi Martin,

 

Thank you very much. Your link to the previous conversation was very
helpful!

I am looking forward trying the tool when it will be available.

 

Cheers,

 

Aristeidis

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Today's Topics:

 

   1. Re: Protege 4.0 and SWRLTab (Timothy Redmond)

   2. Re: Protege 4.0 and SWRLTab (Najeeb Elahi)

   3. Re: Duration of Years Months Days Hours (or time)

      (Martin O'Connor)

   4. Re: How to determine, if an SWRL rule was fired (Martin O'Connor)

 

 

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Message: 1

Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 07:16:35 -0800

From: Timothy Redmond <tredmond at stanford.edu>

Subject: Re: [protege-owl] Protege 4.0 and SWRLTab

To: User support for the Protege-OWL editor

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On Jan 25, 2008, at 4:41 AM, Jibbi wrote:

 

> 

> Hi everyone,

> 

> I?ve been using Prot?g? 3.3 and 3.4 for about three months. Howeve i  

> feel

> some problems when come to owl:equivalentClass and  

> owl:equivalentProperty.

> Rather than this prot?g? 3.4 works fine :). All i want to know, how  

> i can

> use SWRLTab with Prot?g? 4.0, as i can see aforementioned properties  

> are

> relatively easy to use in Prot?g? 4.0.

 

We are hoping to move the SWRL tab to protege 4 sometime.  But  

currently the funding and time for SWRL work is very limited so it   

hasn't started yet.

 

In the meantime, why are  you having problems with owl:equivalentClass  

and owl:equivalentProperty?  OWL equivalent class is very easily and  

commonly used in Protege 3 (necessary and sufficient conditions).  It  

looks like owl:equivalentProperty is a little tricky - not sure why...

 

-Timothy

 

 

 

 

> 

> 

> Thanks in advance

> Cheers

> Najeeb Elahi

> 

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Message: 2

Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 18:28:00 -0000 (GMT)

From: "Najeeb Elahi" <najeeb at kth.se>

Subject: Re: [protege-owl] Protege 4.0 and SWRLTab

To: "User support for the Protege-OWL editor"

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hi,

thanks Timothy,

>It looks like owl:equivalentProperty is a little tricky - not sure
why...

 

Yes i just have a problem with owl:equivalentProperty, but this problem
is

really killing me.

 

cheers

najeeb Elahi

 

> On Jan 25, 2008, at 4:41 AM, Jibbi wrote:

> 

>> 

>> Hi everyone,

>> 

>> I?ve been using Prot?g? 3.3 and 3.4 for about three months. Howeve i

>> feel

>> some problems when come to owl:equivalentClass and

>> owl:equivalentProperty.

>> Rather than this prot?g? 3.4 works fine :). All i want to know, how

>> i can

>> use SWRLTab with Prot?g? 4.0, as i can see aforementioned properties

>> are

>> relatively easy to use in Prot?g? 4.0.

> 

> We are hoping to move the SWRL tab to protege 4 sometime.  But

> currently the funding and time for SWRL work is very limited so it

> hasn't started yet.

> 

> In the meantime, why are  you having problems with owl:equivalentClass

> and owl:equivalentProperty?  OWL equivalent class is very easily and

> commonly used in Protege 3 (necessary and sufficient conditions).  It

> looks like owl:equivalentProperty is a little tricky - not sure why...

> 

> -Timothy

> 

> 

> 

> 

>> 

>> 

>> Thanks in advance

>> Cheers

>> Najeeb Elahi

>> 

>> --

>> View this message in context:

>>
http://www.nabble.com/Protege-4.0-and-SWRLTab-tp15086938p15086938.html

>> Sent from the Protege - OWL mailing list archive at Nabble.com.

>> 

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Najeeb Elahi

Intern Student at DERI(Digital Enterprise Research Institute)

NUIG, Galway, Ireland.

MSc Software Engineering of Distributed Systems,

Royal Institute of Technology (KTH),

Stockholm,Sweden

Email: najeeb at kth.se or najeeb.elahi at deri.org

Phone Number: +353-86 2444 094

 

 

 

 

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Message: 3

Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 11:47:35 -0800

From: Martin O'Connor <martin.oconnor at stanford.edu>

Subject: Re: [protege-owl] Duration of Years Months Days Hours (or

      time)

To: User support for the Protege-OWL editor

      <protege-owl at lists.stanford.edu>

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There was a similar question recently:

 

http://www.nabble.com/Calculating-duration-using-SWRL-built-in-swrlb:sub
tractDates-td14842371.html

 

As mentioned there, the core SWRL date built-ins will not be available 

until February.

 

However, if you want to access the current time the core built-ins do 

not provide access to it. The SWRLTab temporal library [1] will shortly 

support it. For example, you will be able to write:

 

Person(?x) ^ hasBirthDate(?x, ?y) ^ swrlb:duration(?age, ?y, 'now', 

temporal:Years) ? sqwrl:select(?x, ?age)

 

Martin

 

[1] http://protege.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?SWRLTemporalBuiltIns

 

Matsokis Aristeidis wrote:

 

> Dear All,

> 

> I am new in the prot?g? society?

> 

> I have been working on an ontology describing a product and its 

> components.

> 

> For each component I am interested into knowing up to the hour time of


> its working hours to track several values. I have given them a 

> datatype property birthDateTime and another one currentYearDateTime 

> with xsd: date time as range.

> 

> I have tried this:

> 

> name(?x, ?n) ? birthDateTime(?x, ?y) ? currentDateTime(?x, ?z) ? 

> swrlb:subtractDatetimesYieldingDayTimeDuration(?age, ?z, ?y) ? 

> sqwrl:select(?x, ?n, ?y, ?z, ?age)

> 

> My aim is to:

> 

> 1. Exact duration in the form Years Months Days Time

> 

> 2. Renew currentDateTime automatically (optional)

> 

> Could anyone help me?

> 

> Any suggestion is welcome, thanks a lot in advance!

> 

> Aristeidis

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Message: 4

Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2008 11:48:48 -0800

From: Martin O'Connor <martin.oconnor at stanford.edu>

Subject: Re: [protege-owl] How to determine, if an SWRL rule was fired

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This is not tracked by the Jess back end and I don't think Pellet tracks


it either.

 

Martin

 

Antonenko, Elena wrote:

 

>Hello everyone,

> 

>I use Jess and SWRLJessBridge to reason over SWRL rules.  After I have

>called "swrlJessBridge.infer()",  is there any way to determine, which

>rules have been fired and which haven't?

> 

>Thanks in advance.

>Elena

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