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[protege-owl] Clarifications on this article: "OWL rules: A proposalk and prototype implementation

Martin O'Connor martin.oconnor at stanford.edu
Wed Oct 1 14:20:38 PDT 2008


Protege-OWL does not support this XML encoding. The only tool that I am 
aware of that does is KAON2.

The SWRLTab [1] in Protege-OWL has a graphical editor for creating rules 
so you should not have to encode rules at this low level.

Martin

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

mbikinyi brat wrote:

> Dear ALL,
> In section 5 of the above article it reads:
> "Many possible XML encodings could be imagine, but the most obvious 
> solution is to extend the existing OWL web Ontology Language XML 
> Presentation syntax which can be straightforwardly modified to deal 
> with SWRL".
>  
> 1)Could I just know if the modification to deal with SWRL is manual or 
> automatic? How is it done please?
>  
> 2) I am using protege 3.4 in developing my ontology, and when I 
> generate my OWL files, I do not get the r and x in red and blues as in 
> the syntax below. This synax is still on section 5 of the same article.
>  
> can someone clarify me please? This article contains the core of my 
> project but i need to understand it.
>  
>  
>  
> owlr, owlx
>  
>
> <owlr:classAtom>
>
> <owlx:IntersectionOf>
>
> <owlx:Class owlx:name= “Person”/>
>
> <owlx:ObjectRestriction
>
> owlx:property= “hasParent”>
>
> <owlx:someValuesFrom
>
> owlx:class= “Physician”/>
>
> </owlx:IntersectionOf>
>
> <owlr:Variable owlr:name= “x2”/>
>
> </owlr:classAtom>
>
>  
>
>  
>
> Regards,
>
> Nan
>
>  
>
>
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