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ISO 15926-2 in OWL

Authors:

  • Martin G. Skjæveland, DNV

Contents

This page lists and describes the different available OWL representations of various parts of ISO 15926-2.

  1. Contents
  2. ISO 15926-2:2003 entity types
  3. ISO 15926-2:2003 definitions, examples and notes
  4. OWL list


ISO 15926-2:2003 entity types

The file http://rds.posccaesar.org/2008/02/OWL/ISO-15926-2_2003 contains all the entity types defined in ISO 15926-2:2003 represented as owl:classes. The file is generated by translating the EXPRESS file lifecycle_integration_schema.exp downloaded from http://www.tc184-sc4.org/EXPRESS/ which ISO 15926-2 (2003) annex B references, to an XML serialization of OWL. A more thorough description of the translation is found in the article ISO15926inOWLtranslateEXPRESStoOWL.

This ontology is represented in the OWL sublanguage OWL DL and has the DL expressivity , this is partly because the ontology imports the OWL linked list representation.

ISO 15926-2:2003 definitions, examples and notes

The file http://rds.posccaesar.org/2008/07/OWL/ISO-15926-2_2003_annotations contains definitions, examples and notes of the ISO 15926-2:2003 entity types. The file is generated by transforming a version of the EXPRESS file lifecycle_integration_schema.exp containing this information in comments. This EXPRESS file is not "ISO official", so there is no guarantee of the correctness of the content. There is a ISO published online version of ISO 15926-2:2003, please report back if you find errors in our OWL representations.

This ontology is represented in the OWL sublanguage OWL DL and has the DL expressivity . This complexity is completely due to the complexity of 2008/02/OWL/ISO-15926-2_2003 which this file imports. All definitions, examples and notes are represented using owl:AnnotationProperty which have no effect on the DL expressiveness of an OWL ontology.

OWL list

The file http://rds.posccaesar.org/2008/02/OWL/list contains an OWL representation of the data structure linked list as described in the article Putting OWL in Order: Patterns for Sequences in OWL, Drummond et al., OWL-ED 2006.

This ontology is represented in the OWL sublanguage OWL DL and has the DL expressivity .

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