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sharmi m
 Mr.Nick,

Sorry.. Completing the problem is not the issue. I think i did not coney it properly.
Right way of modeling is the issue. In fact, i have finished the work. It looks too naive. Looks like this is not the optimal way.

With the given example, I have tried to simplify the original problem for the purpose of making it clear.

Let me explain my difficulty.

a list of concepts in a mixed way to be accessed by different kinds of people.
assume a class 1 to 50. All its individual can be accessed by Type1 user.
Individuals belong to class 1 to 49  is only accessible to type2 user.

To describe the choice of user2, Instead of defining the completing concepts through properties for user 1 and user2 (with one exception) , any optimal way is there to represent the situation .

Same case with other type of users.
Any way to handle such incompatibility instead of repeating the compatible ones.

 



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Today's Topics:

   1. Re: Java SWRL support for Protege-OWL 3.5 (tbidne)
   2. Extended CFP: BDSE2013 (Big Data Science and Engineering),
      3-5 Dec. 2013, Sydney, Australia (Chang Liu)
   3. Fwd: modeling the problem (Sharmi M)
   4. Re: Fwd: modeling the problem (Nick Khamis)


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Message: 1
Date: Mon, 19 Aug 2013 17:22:08 -0700 (PDT)
From: tbidne <[hidden email]>
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Subject: Re: [protege-owl] Java SWRL support for Protege-OWL 3.5
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I think the root of this problem is that I don't know how to add additional
OWL files after the OWLModel is created. Presumably, something like the
following is what is needed:

OWLModel owlModel = ProtegeOWL.createJenaOWLModel();
LocalFolderRepository rep = new LocalFolderRepository(new
File("path/to/dir"),true);
owlModel.getRepositoryManager().addGlobalRepository(rep);
// add owl files to owlModel

I have been creating owlModel like this with an owl file like:

OWLModel owlModel = ProtegeOWL.createJenaOWLModelFromURI("path/to/owl");

which creates a catch-22 where owlModel needs the dependencies on creation,
but I can't add the repo before owlModel is created. I feel like I need to
use the default createJenaOWLModel() first, then add the repo and finally
OWL files, but I can't find in the API how to add files after it's created.
Thanks for your patience!



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Message: 2
Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2013 13:37:34 +1000
From: Chang Liu <[hidden email]>
To: [hidden email]
Subject: [protege-owl] Extended CFP: BDSE2013 (Big Data Science and
        Engineering), 3-5 Dec. 2013, Sydney, Australia
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As requested by some authors still, the final deadline for submission is
extended to 30 August 2013. But this is firm, no more extension.


CFP:
         The 2nd IEEE International Conference on Big Data Science and
Engineering (BDSE2013), 3-5 December 2013, Sydney, Australia.

Website: http://www.swinflow.org/confs/bdds2013/


Important dates:
Submission Deadline: August 30, 2013 (firm)
Authors Notification: September 25, 2013
Final Manuscript Due: October 15, 2013
 Conference: 3-5 December 2013


Submissions:
http://www.swinflow.org/confs/bdds2013/submission.htm


Publications
All accepted papers will appear in the proceedings published by IEEE
Computer Society (EI indexed). Selected papers will be recommended to
special issues of Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience;
Journal of Network and Computer Applications, Personal and Ubiquitous
Computing, Journal of Systems and Software, Journal of Computer and System
Sciences, and IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing (special
issue on Big Data).


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Introduction

Big data is an emerging paradigm applied to datasets whose size is beyond
the ability of commonly used software tools to capture, manage, and process
the data within a tolerable elapsed time. Such datasets are often from
various sources (Variety) yet unstructured such as social media, sensors,
scientific applications, surveillance, video and image archives, Internet
texts and documents, Internet search indexing, medical records, business
transactions and web logs; and are of large size (Volume) with fast data
in/out (Velocity). More importantly, big data has to be of high value
(Value). Various technologies are being discussed to support the handling
of big data such as massively parallel processing databases, scalable
storage systems, cloud computing platforms, and MapReduce.  Distributed
systems is a classical research discipline investigating various
distributed computing technologies and applications such as cloud computing
and MapReduce. With new paradigms and technolog!
 ies, distributed systems research keeps going with new innovative outcomes
from both industry and academia. For example, wide deployment of MapReduce
is a distributed programming paradigm and an associated implementation to
support distributed computing over large datasets on cloud.

BDSE (Big Data Science and Engineering) is created to provide a prime
international forum for both researchers, industry practitioners and
environment experts to exchange the latest fundamental advances in the
state of the art and practice of Big Data, Distributed Systems and broadly
related areas.

BDSE 2013 is the next event in a series of highly successful International
Conferences, previously held as BigDataMR-12 (Xiangtan, China November
2012), AHPCN-12 (Bradford, UK, June 2012), AHPCN-11 (Banff, Canada,
September 2011), AHPCN-10 (Melbourne, Australia, September 2010), AHPCN-09
(Seoul, Korea, June 2009), AHPCN-08 (Dalian, China, September 2008).


Scope and Topics
The objective of the conference is to invite authors to submit original
manuscripts that demonstrate and explore current advances in all aspects of
big data and distributed computing. The symposium solicits novel papers on
a broad range of topics, including but not limited to:

- Big Data theory, applications and challenges
- Recent development in Big Data and MapReduce
- Big Data Infrastructure and Cloud Computing
- Big Data mining and analytics
- Big Data visualization
- Large data stream processing on cloud
- Large incremental datasets on cloud
- Distributed and federated datasets
- NoSQL data stores and DB scalability
- Big Data sharing and privacy preserving
- Security, trust and risk in Big Data
- Big Data placement, scheduling, and optimization
- Extension of the MapReduce programming model
- Distributed file systems for Big Data
- MapReduce for Big Data processing, resource scheduling and SLA
- MapReduce on heterogeneous distributed environments
- Performance characterization, evaluation and optimization
- Simulation and debugging of MapReduce and Big Data systems and tools
- Volume, Velocity, Variety, Value and Veracity of Big Data
- Multiple source data processing and integration with MapReduce
- Storage and computation management of Big Data
- Large-scale scientific workflow in support of Big Data processing
- Algorithms and theory for distributed systems
- Data management and distributed data systems
- Security, privacy, fault tolerance and reliability in distributed systems
- Distributed ad hoc, ubiquitous and pervasive systems
- Mobile systems and development for handheld devices such as mobile phones
- Distributed system architectures and software such as runtime systems,
multicore programming languages, performance modelling and evaluation,
programming environments and tools, and etc.
- Distributed computing applications such as management of big data,
scientific applications, social media applications, web applications and
mobile computing


Submission Guidelines
Submit your paper(s) in PDF file at the BDSE2013 submission site:
http://www.swinflow.org/confs/bdds2013/submission.htm. Papers should be
limited up to 8 pages in IEEE CS format. The template files for LATEX or
WORD can be downloaded here. All papers will be peer reviewed by two or
three pc members. Submitting a paper to the symposium means that if the
paper is accepted, at least one author should register to BDSE2013 and
attend the conference to present the paper.



Publications
All accepted papers will appear in the proceedings published by IEEE
Computer Society (EI indexed). Selected papers will be recommended to
special issues of Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience;
Journal of Network and Computer Applications, Personal and Ubiquitous
Computing, Journal of Systems and Software, Journal of Computer and System
Sciences, and IEEE Transactions on Emerging Topics in Computing.


Honorary Chairs
    Ramamohanarao Kotagiri, The University of Melbourne, Australia
    Albert Zomaya, The University of Sydney, Australia

General Chairs
    Jian Pei, Simon Fraser University, Canada
    Xian-He Sun, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
    Xuemin Lin, University of New South Wales, Australia

General Vice Chairs
    Jiannong Cao, Poly. University Hong Kong, China
    Zahir Tari, RMIT University, Australia
    Rajkumar Buyya, The University of Melbourne, Australia

Program Chairs
    Jinjun Chen, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
    Surya Nepal, CSIRO, Australia
    Massimo Cafaro, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy

Workshop Chairs
    Rajiv Rajan, CSIRO, Australia
    Xuyun Zhang, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Steering Committee
    Albert Zomaya, The University of Sydney, Australia
    Ivan Stojmenovic, University of Ottawa, Canada
    Geoffrey Fox, Indiana University, USA
    Runhe Huang, Hosei University, Japan
    Jinjun Chen, University of Technology Sydney, Australia (Chair)
    Schahram Dustdar, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
    Jian Pei, Simon Fraser University, Canada
    Manish Parashar, Rutgers University, USA
    Minyi Guo, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
    Jie Wu, Temple University, USA
    Laurence T. Yang, St Francis Xavier University, Canada (Chair)
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Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2013 04:28:36 -0400
From: Sharmi M <[hidden email]>
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Subject: [protege-owl] Fwd: modeling the problem
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dear friends,
kindly help me to model the following problem.

fruit and sweet are the items.
fruit has further classified as seed & seedless. seed has apple and orange
as instances.
and for seedless, let it be grape and dates.

Similarly sweet has milky and non-milky. milky has peda and non-milky has
laddu and jangery.

type1 and type1 are types of users.

situation:
type1 user with age>60 can have only one item ie) fruit with seedless type.
type2 user with age<60 can have two itmes ie) one fruit with seed and a
sweet with milky one.

option for both type of user to choose from the allotted one. ie) type1 can
choose any one of the seedless fruit.
type2 user to choose one seeded out of many and one milky sweet.


how to capture, store and retrieve out
such requirements from multiple users from both types

ex:

user-type2-age<60  had-chosen fruit-seed-apple and sweet-milky-peda
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Message: 4
Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2013 08:38:32 -0400
From: Nick Khamis <[hidden email]>
To: User support for the Protege-OWL editor
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Subject: Re: [protege-owl] Fwd: modeling the problem
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You want us to do your homework? Would you like me send
an owl  2.0 variant (number cardinality restriction) file?

If I can do this in my head, there is no reason why you can't spend
a day behind Protege....

N.

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