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Re: PowerSet in DAML-S 0.9

From: David Martin <martin@ai.sri.com>
Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2003 23:56:18 -0700
Message-ID: <3F6E9D12.5080808@ai.sri.com>
To: Yuzhong Qu <yzqu@seu.edu.cn>
Cc: www-ws@w3.org

Yuzhong -

Thanks for your comments.

You are right that the range of refersTo and has_process are currently
incorrect.  Indeed, the range of has_process was recently corrected, and
I have just now corrected the range of refersTo.

Your suggested renamings are certainly reasonable.  However, please note
that in the upcoming release 1.0, these power set classes will no longer
be needed, because of the change from a processes-as-classes to a
processes-as-instances approach (which has been discussed in some fairly
recent messages on this list).

Regarding the "participant" property, its intended use is simply to give
an explicit indication of which participants execute the various parts
of a process model.

David Martin

Yuzhong Qu wrote:

> Dear all,
> The PowerSet in DAML-S 0.9 (See the OWL version) is confusion (The class of subclasses, the set of subsets, the class of subproperties). The following is my suggestion on this issue:
> 1.The range of the RefersTo property should be the class of all subproperties of parameter, shch as ParameterPowerSet(should be renamed as ProcessParameter, see below), (Currently, the range is http://www.daml.org/services/owl-s/0.9/Process.owl#parameter).
> 2. ParameterPowerSet should be seen as the class of all parameters for processes (a subclass of Property, a class of all subproperties of parameter). (should be renamed as ProcessParameter)
> 3. ProcessPowerSet should be seen as the class of all subclasses of Process. (should be renamed as ProcessClass)
> 4. AtomicProcessPowerSet should be seen as the class of all subclasses of AtomicProcess.(should be renamed as AtomicProcessClass)
> 5. The profile:has_process property is defined as a functional property with the Profile class as its domain and the Process class as its range. The range should be ProcessPowerSet (More precisely,ProcessClass).
> BTW, what's the intended usage of process:participant?  
> Thanks!
> Yuzhong Qu
> Dept.Computer Science and Engineering
> Southest University, Nanjing, China
> http://cse.seu.edu.cn/People/yzqu/en
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