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Updated Draft of the Ontology

From: Rhys Lewis <rhys@volantis.com>
Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2007 02:59:46 -0600 (MDT)
To: <public-uwa@w3.org>, <public-ddwg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <001a01c8059c$25f57720$0202fea9@volantisuk>
Hello everyone,
In preparation for tomorrow's UWA teleconference, I've posted a new
version of the ontology. This update includes:
The ontology OWL file [1]
The Protege Project file [2]
The W3C editor's draft document [3]
The changes in this version are primarily associated with adding
properties currently under discussion by the OMA DCAP group. These include
items such as device memory, battery status, camera information, network
bearer information, javascript information, browser information, and
operating system information. 
Both Protege and Pellet correctly report the OWL language version as OWL
There is one known issue in the current version. Pellet is reporting an
inconsistency associated with the entity name for one particular
individual. I've not tracked this down yet, but it does not affect the
work associated with adding other properties. My feeling is that it is
likely to be another example of a piece of ontological shrapnel in the OWL
file, resulting from the various editing operations carried out in
Protege. I expect we'll find it eventually. At the moment, I've not been
able to find it just by staring at the XML serialization of the OWL. 
Just for information, a number of the vocabulary requests now being
submitted to DDWG relate to items already in the ontology. During review
of those properties, it is worth checking the ontology. It might provide
help in thinking about how to describe the properties and what
relationships exist.
Best wishes
Received on Wednesday, 3 October 2007 09:00:09 UTC

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