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Re: Comments on OWL 2 Last Call Drafts

From: Dr Jeremy Rogers \(NHS Connecting for Health\) <jeremy.rogers@nhs.net>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 15:34:58 -0000
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I'd like to express my interest in and support for the proposed extensions
to be incorporated in OWL2, particularly from the perspective of SNOMED-CT
whose development I'm actively involved in.

Of the new features, as summarised in the excellent 'New Features and
Rationale' document, I'd particularly welcome: 

Property chain axioms
Manchester Syntax
Reflexivity/Symmetry of properties
Qualified cardinality restrictions
Extended annotations
Disjoint properties

Dr Jeremy Rogers MD MRCGP DRCOG MB ChB
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