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[protege-owl] Applying SWRL rule

William Koscho wkoscho at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 05:35:06 PDT 2010


If you are using Protege 3, did you try saving and reloading as
suggested earlier?
I went to Protege 4, for exactly that reason - the SWRL rule
inferences were not easily visible in Protege 3, but Protege 4, shows
the inferrences immediately.

On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 5:20 AM, Miha Grešak <miha.gresak at gmail.com> wrote:
> Should I write this statement in the SWRL rules tab? If I do that nothing
> happens. Select statement should return me some values, how can this be
> done?
>
> My sparql statement is fine because I manually put some values and they were
> returned. But swrl rule was not considered.
>
>
> Miha
>
> 2010/4/28 Martin O'Connor <martin.oconnor at stanford.edu>
>>
>> What happens if you try to execute the equivalent SQWRL query?
>>
>> helpSt:teaches(?x, ?y) ∧ helpSt:contains(?y, ?z) →  sqwrl:select(?x, ?z)
>>
>> Martin
>>
>> Miha Grešak wrote:
>>>
>>> My SWRL looks like this:
>>> helpSt:teaches(?x, ?y) ∧ helpSt:contains(?y, ?z) →  helpSt:knows(?x, ?z)
>>>
>>> (this means: profesor teaches a school subject AND school subject
>>> contains knowledge THEN profesor knows the knowledge)
>>>
>>> Is my logic ok?
>>>
>>>
>>> Miha
>>>
>>> 2010/4/27 William Koscho <wkoscho at gmail.com <mailto:wkoscho at gmail.com>>
>>>
>>>    Can you share the SWRL rule and related parts of the ontology?
>>>    perhaps the rule is not firing as expected, which is causing your
>>>    query to not return results.
>>>
>>>    On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 12:42 PM, Miha Grešak
>>>    <miha.gresak at gmail.com <mailto:miha.gresak at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>>    > Hello,
>>>    >
>>>    > I wrote a simple SWRL rule in Protege 3.4.4 and I tick a
>>>    checkbox "Enabled"
>>>    > next to it but the rule does not apply on my ontology (sparql
>>>    query does not
>>>    > return values as it should).
>>>    > What should I do to make it work?
>>>    >
>>>    > Thanks,
>>>    > Miha
>>>    >
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