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[protege-owl] Inheritance from a different ontology

Xavier Claude claude.xavier at gmail.com
Sun Feb 19 23:29:26 PST 2012


2012/2/17 Timothy Redmond <tredmond at stanford.edu>:
>
> It sounds like you are doing this exactly in the right way.  It looks like
> the right way to import it is using the url
>
> http://svn.metalex.eu/svn/MetaLexWS/branches/latest/metalex-cen.owl
>
>
> In particular it seems that you cannot import it by its name:
>
> http://www.metalex.eu/metalex/2008-05-02

Thank you for your answer and for the URL tip.

>
>
> -Timothy
>
>
>
> On 2/17/12 12:15 AM, Xavier Claude wrote:
>
>         Hello,
>      I'm trying to define a ontology for the European Union budget
> (and trying to make it applicable to other national budget). Since the
> budget is a law, I'd like to use the Metalex ( http://www.metalex.eu/
> ) ontology which define a legal ontology, especially, I want to say
> that the budget is a document in the Metalex ontology. I have done
> that by importing the Metalex ontology in Protégé and defining the
> budget class I have defined as a subclass of
> http://www.metalex.eu/metalex/2008-05-02#Document but I'm not sure if
> it is the right way to do it.
>     Thank you in advance for your advices.
>
>
>
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Xavier Claude
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