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Re: [RIF][UCR] Expanding MAE in Interchanging Rule Extensions to OWL

From: Christian de Sainte Marie <csma@ilog.fr>
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 08:39:44 +0100
Message-ID: <4417C4C0.105@ilog.fr>
To: "Hirtle, David" <David.Hirtle@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca>
CC: Ian Horrocks <horrocks@cs.man.ac.uk>, public-rif-wg@w3.org


Hirtle, David wrote:

>  > Looks OK to me (Christine is obviously the expert here). If you didn't 
>  > do it already, you might also want to expand the Magnetic Resonance 
>  > Imaging (MRI) acronym.
> I did it for MRI already, though only in 1.6 (which should be fine
> since it precedes 1.7).

All you need to know about MAE:
"Classes: the main root of the hierarchy is the primitive class 
AnatomicalEntity (AE). The hierarchy is divided into two subtrees: 
MaterialAnatomicalEntity (MAE) denoting brain entities made of material 
such as gyri, opposed to NonMaterialAnatomicalEntity (NMAE). MAE 
includes several subclasses representing the main material anatomical 
entities (Annex1 1): Hemisphere, Gyrus, Lobe, Pars. NMAE includes 
SulcalFold (SF) denoting sulcal folds between material entities such as 
sulci, GyriConnection denoting a connection between two gyri such as 
ConventionalSeparation, and SulciConnection. All siblings classes such 
as Gyrus, Lobe, Hemisphere, etc. are disjoint." (from Christine's 
position paper at the workshop).

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