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Re: protege-owl Digest, Vol 90, Issue 5

Leo Meerman
Re: describing a manufacturing process with classes put into
      chronological order by protege

Dear Linda,
As far as I understand your question, I suppose you need to insert object properties like isPredecessorOf and isSuccessorOf to connect the process steps just like in a network planning.
I think you also need to define other properties like they are used in workflow management (and/or Business Process Management) like joins and splits, because of the overlaps you mention in your question. So you have to define conditional properties as well.
Quite an exercise, I fear.
Kind regards
Leo Meerman.

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OWL doesn't provide ordering operators. I think you can describe a partial ordering by defining your  own "before" object property.

With best regards,
Samson


On 1/2/14, 2:27 AM, Linda Sorg wrote:

> Dear all,
>
> I am having difficulties to describe a manufacturing process with
> Protege 4.3. So far I have created classes and would like to put them
> into chronological order for the manufacturing process, where some
> classes's process would also overlap. As an example 'section 1' is
> followed by 'section 2' with 'controlling', overlapping the processes
> of 'section 1' and 'section 2'.
>
> It's probably a simple task, but as a beginner of Protege I'm lost and
> would greatly appreciate advice!
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
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