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[protege-owl] assigning a class to a property
tar at ISI.EDU
Wed Feb 4 13:19:28 PST 2009
On Feb 4, 2009, at 10:08 AM, arodriguez at dis.ulpgc.es wrote:
> Thank you for your answer!
> I just thought that using the class-value-partition in the individuals
> would facilitate the reasoner to clasify the individual, but now I
> think I need to better understand Owl.
Actually doing that will make the reasoner have more difficulty, since
Pellet and Racer are designed to work with the DL sublanguage.
What do you want to describe, and what sort of classification do you
want to have happen. If you give an example, we can provide some
> Quoting Thomas Russ <tar at ISI.EDU>:
>> On Feb 4, 2009, at 5:13 AM, Abraham Rodríguez wrote:
>>> I'm trying to use a value partition as explained in the OWL&Protege
>>> but applying it on individuals. So here is my question:
>>> Is it possible to assert an Individual with an object property whose
>>> value is the name of a class (i.e. a partition value)?
>>> Thank you very much.
>> Yes, you can have a class object as the value of an object property,
>> but if you do that you will no longer be in the OWL-DL language, but
>> instead in OWL-Full.
>> If you really meant the name rather the the class itself, then you
>> would need a datatype property to hold the string.
>> What do you intend the meaning of the property + class value to be?
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