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Re: How to put "universal" restrictions to members of two classes?

From: Pavel Klinov <pklinov@cs.man.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 11:22:05 +0100
Message-ID: <AANLkTimzxfsDNVM-6wFgCG1boi9ksf5H9b9cOdh1m5+F@mail.gmail.com>
To: Yoshio FUKUSHIGE <paatje@cam.hi-ho.ne.jp>
Cc: public-owl-dev@w3.org
Hi Yoshio,

On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 11:10 AM, Yoshio FUKUSHIGE
<paatje@cam.hi-ho.ne.jp> wrote:
>  Hi Pavel,
>
> (2010/08/31 18:05), Pavel Klinov wrote:
>>
>> Hi Yoshio,
>>
>> How about this:
>>
>> - Add a named individual :x
>> - State that each recorder is related to :x by some property R
>> (Recorder subclassOf R some {x})
>> - State that each disk is related to :x by some property S (Disk
>> subclassOf S some {x})
>> - State that R o S- (inverse of S) ->  recordableTo (property chain)
>>
>> The ontology should entail recordableTo(a,b) for all Recorder(a), Disk(b).
>>
>> Or did I misunderstand you?
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Pavel
>>
>
> Thank you for your advice.
> I tried it on my SPARQL test application using Joseki + Pellet, and it
> worked!

Great!

>
> I'm wondering now if I can give some interpretation (or name) to the "x",
> "R", "S (or its inverse)"
>  introduced above...

Hmm, I'd rather consider such a solution as an implementation detail
which should be hidden from the model users (applications). "x"
basically serves as a bridge between Recorder and Disk.

>
> By the way, your response was directly sent to me, I think.
> Why don't you send it to the mailing list, too,  if you don't mind?
> Please don't mistake me, I'm not saying you should have done so,
> I appreciate your quick and kind response, but I think others might benefit
> from you response to me, too.
> (Or do I mistake the purpose of the mailing list?)

No-no, I simply hit the wrong button :)
And it's not my solution, btw, I've seen it suggested/discussed in
some forms a number of times.

Cheers,
Pavel

>
> Best,
> Yoshio
>

-- 
cheers,
--pavel
http://www.cs.man.ac.uk/~klinovp
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