RE: Intersection of properties?

Bijan Parsia answered to Jeff Thompson:

>> Consider the rule that if X desires Y and X can_do Y, then X does Y.
>> In Prolog, this would be:
>> does(X, Y) :- desires(X, Y), can_do(X, Y).
>> This is really defining 'does' as the intersection of the
>> properties 'desires' and 'can_do'.
>> I couldn't find something like this in the OWL use cases.  Is there
>> a way to do this in OWL2?
>does subPropertyOf desires.
>does subPropertyOf can_do.

I think Jeff is mainly interested in the other direction:

  (desires and can_do) subPropertyOf does

But I don't see a way to encode this in OWL 2.


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