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[protege-owl] Example Rule

Matthew Horridge matthew.horridge at cs.man.ac.uk
Wed Sep 23 10:51:45 PDT 2009


Hi Antonis,

You can do this in OWL 2 without the need for rules and get sound and  
complete reasoning with any OWL 2 reasoner such as Pellet, FaCT++ or  
HermiT (You would need to use Protege 4 for this though).

Cheers,

Matthew

On 23 Sep 2009, at 18:27, Antonis Kaklis wrote:

> Hello to all!
> I would like to ask a question.
> Let's say that i have a simple database table, transformed it to a
> simple ontology, with instances.
> for example every instance have the following properties:
> no     mpg    cylinders   displ    horsepower   weight    acceleration
>   year   origin
> 1     15.0       8.0          350.0    165.0            3693.0
> 11.5          70.0    1
> 2     18.0       8.0          318.0    150.0            3436.0
> 11.0           70.0   2
>  etc
>
> can i create a rule with owl like
> (mpg >= 29.5) and (displacement <= 97) and (horsepower <= 70) =>
> origin=3 (23.0/5.0)
> for example.
> or should i do something else?
> Any help?
> Thanks in advance
>
> --
> Antonis
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