ISSUE-64: Global or local constraints on properties

global/local

Global or local constraints on properties

State:
CLOSED
Product:
Time ontology in OWL
Raised by:
Simon Cox
Opened on:
2016-05-18
Description:
Most of the properties defined in the original OWL-Time ontology have global constraints on the domain and range. If the rdfs:domain were left unspecified, the properties could be used more widely, and would satisfy some of the demand for general purpose temporal predicates without undesirable entailments, rather than being restricted to relationships between purely temporal entities.

Their use in the context of the classes in the ontology is adequately controlled through guarded restrictions (local cardinality constraints).
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Related emails:
  1. RE: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2017-04-18)
  2. Re: ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from jlieberman@tumblingwalls.com on 2017-04-17)
  3. RE: ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2017-04-17)
  4. RE: ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2017-04-17)
  5. ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2017-04-17)
  6. Re: ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from jlieberman@tumblingwalls.com on 2017-04-16)
  7. Re: ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from jlieberman@tumblingwalls.com on 2017-04-16)
  8. RE: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from andrea.perego@ec.europa.eu on 2017-04-10)
  9. RE: OWL-Time - utility predicates (from andrea.perego@ec.europa.eu on 2017-04-10)
  10. RE: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from andrea.perego@ec.europa.eu on 2017-04-10)
  11. OWL-Time - utility predicates (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2017-04-05)
  12. RE: Using rdf:Property class for properties whose URI contains string "time" (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2017-04-04)
  13. RE: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2017-02-02)
  14. RE: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2017-02-02)
  15. Re: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from andrea.perego@jrc.ec.europa.eu on 2017-01-25)
  16. RE: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2017-01-09)
  17. Re: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from janowicz@ucsb.edu on 2016-12-29)
  18. Re: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from jlieberman@tumblingwalls.com on 2016-12-28)
  19. RE: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2016-12-28)
  20. Re: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from janowicz@ucsb.edu on 2016-12-28)
  21. Re: OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from jlieberman@tumblingwalls.com on 2016-12-28)
  22. OWL-Time - ISSUE-65: General purpose temporal predicates (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2016-12-28)
  23. ISSUE-64 ISSUE-65 RE: Time Ontology outstanding Issue 1 [and 2] (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2016-12-18)
  24. RE: Time Ontology outstanding Issue 1 [and 2] (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2016-12-18)
  25. Re: Time Ontology outstanding Issue 1 [and 2] (from jlieberman@tumblingwalls.com on 2016-12-16)
  26. RE: Time Ontology outstanding Issue 1 [and 2] (from chris.little@metoffice.gov.uk on 2016-12-16)
  27. RE: Time Ontology outstanding Issue 1 (from Simon.Cox@csiro.au on 2016-12-16)
  28. Time Ontology outstanding Issue 1 (from chris.little@metoffice.gov.uk on 2016-12-16)
  29. Time Ontology outstanding issues (from chris.little@metoffice.gov.uk on 2016-12-14)

Related notes:

This Issue is effectively superseded by ISSUE-65 which proposes a more specific response to the most common case.
Proposing closing it.

Simon Cox, 18 Dec 2016, 12:03:39

Superseded by ISSUE-65

Simon Cox, 6 Apr 2017, 12:10:23

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