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[protege-owl] distinguish between "inferred individuals" from "asserted individuals"

Martin O'Connor martin.oconnor at stanford.edu
Wed Feb 1 13:58:44 PST 2012


There is no way do distinguish between asserted and SWRL-inferred individuals in Protege 3.

BTW, I would upgrade to the latest 3.4.8; 3.4.4 is quite old by now.

Martin

On 1/31/2012 5:21 AM, samane abdi wrote:
> Dear Experts,
> I am designing an ontology in protege 3.4.4. I am wondering is there a way to distinguish between "inferred 
> individuals" from "asserted individuals" of a class within SWRL rule?
>
> For example: Class A has individuals "a,b,c" where individual "a" is asserted individual and individuals "b and c" are 
> inferred individuals from a subclass, say Class B. The goal is to define a property relation (for example: "implies") 
> between asserted individuals and inferred individuals such that "a implies b" and "a implies C"?
>
> Thanks,
> Samane
>
> -- 
> Samane
>
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