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[protege-owl] Different individual with same name

fariz darari capucinnolover at
Wed Nov 24 11:35:51 PST 2010

I'm agree with Thomas common-sense semantics, every district is not
a province. the correct relation is "every district is a part of a province"

On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 1:44 AM, Thomas Russ <tar at> wrote:

> On Nov 24, 2010, at 12:21 AM, Tran Binh wrote:
>  I have create one class named "province" and one subclass of it named
>> "district".
> Just on another note, I'm not sure this is really what you mean.
> Is every district a province?  That is the meaning of using subclass.
> Later on you correctly relate the provinces and districts using a different
> property (hasPart).  That suggests to me that Province and District are not
> subclasses of each other, but rather different types of government bodies.
> A proper use of subclass might be to have province with a subclass for
> coastal-province.  But districts and provinces are, I think, disjoint
> classes rather than child and parent classes.
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Fariz Darari
Universitas Indonesia
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