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Reviews:StefanoDavid about NegativePropertyAssertions
CreationDate 10 September 2009  +
HasClearFigures None provided
HasClearProblemDescription Yes
HasClearRelevanceDescription They are not clearly stated, but intuitively understandable
HasMissingInformation Overall documentation
HasProblems Some comment: * The pattern seems very us Some comment: * The pattern seems very useful, expecially if used (possible use case) in knowledge systems where is difficult to migrate knowledge bases from OWL1 to OWL2, for different reasons. * the functional syntax seems wrong: According to the W3C specs, it should be NegativeObjectPropertyAssertion(ns:prop ns:i1 ns:i2) * it seems to me more a reengineering pattern, as it relates two similar but different languages. * I am not completely sure that there is an equivalence relation among the LHS and the LHS, so I expect a proof or explanation accompaning it * The modeling problem is well stated, but besides the proposed solution, no documentation is provided (ise cases, scenario, etc.) on is provided (ise cases, scenario, etc.)
HasRelations Not in my knowledge
HasRelevance medium
HasReusability Possibly, but some use case should be provided.
HasReviewScore 0 -needsmajorrevision  +
HasReviewSummary The purpose of this pattern is to allowe negative object property assertion in OWL 1, which are not allowed directly.
HasReviewerConfidence Not fully aware of all details of OWL2 constructors and semantics, but knowledgeable in Description logics and OWL1
HasUnderstandability See comments above: problem clear stated, but solution less documented
IsBestPractice It can be seen as a good pattern to express (as stated by the author) a logical construct not present in one language
LastModifiedDate 10 September 2009  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 10 September 2009 14:07:54  +
ReviewAboutSubmissionThis property is a special property in this wiki. NegativePropertyAssertions +
ReviewAboutVersion 5,778  +
SubmittedBy StefanoDavid +
Categories QCReview +
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