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[protege-owl] ordered lists in OWL
jeanmarc.vanel at gmail.com
Wed Jan 6 08:09:54 PST 2010
2010/1/6 Timothy Redmond <tredmond at stanford.edu>
> To model in OWL a route through several cities, I do not know what is good
>> practice: use rdf:List , or rdf:Seq , or something else .
> You are thinking at the rdf level of abstraction and not the owl level. If
> you use rdf:List or rdf:Seq then you will have an owl full specification.
> Reasoners generally will not work and it is very likely that the meaning of
> the ontology will not be the same for each reader.
> Nick Drummond has given several presentations where he has described how to
> do what you want in OWL and exactly what you can say in OWL. A quick google
> search gives the powerpoint presentation  where he describes the
> approach. There is also an ontology that you can find here .
>  http://www.co-ode.org/ontologies/lists/2008/09/11/list.owl
Thanks a lot Timothy .
So what I did is import the OWL List ontology from the generic URL
and particularize the class OWLList as a list of cities, by two
hasContents only City
and isFollowedBy only Itinerary
As exemplified in :
What I regret is that the OWL List ontology is not a standard ontology , but
it's not a big deal.
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