|Also Known As:|
|Intent:||To represent actions through which tasks are executed.|
what actions can done in order to execute that task?
|Reusable OWL Building Block:||http://www.ontologydesignpatterns.org/cp/owl/taskexecution.owl (89)|
|Consequences:||This CP allows designers to make assertions on roles played by agents without involving the agents that play that roles, and vice versa. It allows to express neither the context type in which tasks are defined, not the particular context in which the action is carried out. Moreover, it does not allow to express the time at which the task is executed through the action (for actions that do not solely execute that certain task).|
|Scenarios:||She smiled at us, so obtaining the effect of making us feeling positive.|
|Examples (OWL files):|
The TaskExecution Content OP locally defines the following ontology elements:
(relatedCPs): The Nary Classification CP available at http://www.ontologydesignpatterns.org/cp/owl/naryclassification.owl allows to represent temporariness of concepts that classify objects. By specializing naryclassification, it is possible to create a temporally-indexed version of taskexecution. Its imported component taskrole.owl allows to express also the dependence between tasks and roles.
(scenarios): She smiled at us, so obtaining the effect of making us feeling positive.
(versionInfo): Created by Aldo Gangemi