Submissions:Social Reality (OWL 2)

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Name: Social Reality (OWL 2)
Submitted by: Rinke Hoekstra
Also Known As: Observer Relative and Institutional Facts
Intent: Capture Searle's theory on observer relative and institutional facts, used in creating social reality. See also the OWL 2 Agent-Role pattern.
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Solution description: Using the approach taken in Submissions:N-Ary_Relation_Pattern_(OWL_2) we place an observer relative fact (OR) in a context (the observer, C) and the brute fact (BF). For the theory This is a reified relation, and we then specify a role chain that allows us to directly relate the observer (context C) to the brute fact using a relation that reflects the fact that the brute fact counts-as some observer relative fact. See Searle, 1995 (construction of social reality) and/or:

Rinke Hoekstra. Ontology Representation – Design Patterns and Ontologies that Make Sense, volume 197 of Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence and Applications. IOS Press, Amsterdam, June 2009.

Rinke Hoekstra. Representing social reality in owl 2. In Evren Sirin and Kendall Clark, editors, Proceedings of OWLED 2010, June 2010.

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Reusable OWL Building Block: http://purl.org/net/social-reality (350)
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This pattern is made available under the CC-BY licence (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/). Under this licence the pattern can be freely reused but reusers should include an attribution to the original author (Rinke Hoekstra)

In your academic publications, please refer to this pattern by citing:

Rinke Hoekstra. Representing social reality in OWL 2. In Evren Sirin and Kendall Clark, editors, Proceedings of OWLED 2010, June 2010.

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Rinke Hoekstra. Ontology Representation – Design Patterns and Ontologies that Make Sense, volume 197 of Frontiers of Artificial Intelligence and Applications. IOS Press, Amsterdam, June 2009.

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