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[protege-owl] Assert inferred property so SWRL/Jess can see them

Martin O'Connor martin.oconnor at stanford.edu
Thu Apr 29 11:28:06 PDT 2010


If you don't need SQWRL or any of the SWRLTab's custom built-ins, I 
would use Pellet in Protege 4, which solves these problems.

I am planning to have the SWRLTab available in Protege 4 in a few months.

Martin

L M wrote:
> Dear Protege-OWL list,
>
> I am on version 3.4.1.
>
> How can I assert inferred property values so that the SWRL/Jess tab 
> can access the inferred knowledge?
>
> An old thread explains that SWRL/Jess has no access to the inferred 
> knowledge of the reasoner (Pellet 1.5.2). For example, the reasoner 
> successfully deduces transitive properties of individuals (right click 
> on "Get inferred property values"). However, SWRL/Jess has no access 
> to those inferred property values.
>
> The Clark & Parsia FAQ's explain that Pellet can work together with 
> SWRL (http://clarkparsia.com/pellet/faq/rules/). Does that indeed 
> solve the above problem in allowing the reasoner to work directly with 
> SWRL rules? Unfortunately, I have no way of testing this. It seems to 
> be a plug-in for version 4.0.1. I cannot install that plug-in (not 
> sure why, but perhaps a firewall -- grateful for any help regardin 
> this as well!)
>
> Thank you.
> LM
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