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RinkeHoekstra about PeriodicInterval +Many in the category Time, but in particular [[Submissions:TimeInterval]] and [[Submissions:Sequence]]


StefanoDavid about NegativePropertyAssertions +Not in my knowledge


TimLebo about LicenseLinkedDataResources +7) Qualification pattern It should be not 7) Qualification pattern It should be noted that the n-ary relation pattern is also known as the "Qualification pattern" (as discussed at In addition, an emerging "triple-oriented" qualification pattern can be seen as a more natural n-ary relation modeling for Linked Data and the semantic web, since the relation class is implicitly reifying a particular triple instead of just "wrapping a bunch of resources" into a single ambiguous relationship. This pattern can be seen for arbitrary properties in SIO ( - sio:has-attribute, sio:Attribute, sio:refers-to) and for particular properties in W3C PROV-O (prov:qualified*, prov:Influence, prov:{entity, agent, activity}). nfluence, prov:{entity, agent, activity}).


ValentinaPresutti about Context Slices +I would describe it as a specialization of DnS , makes sense?
ValentinaPresutti about NegativePropertyAssertions +Not in my knowledge.
VioletaDamjanovic about Classification scheme - path enumeration model - to Taxonomy +As the author of the pattern stated, it is related to the Architectural pattern TX-AP-01.
VojtechSvatek about Classification scheme - adjacency list model - to Taxonomy +Obviously, the same non-ontological resources could be transformed to a different ontological form (such as instance-level), presumably using an alternative reengineering pattern.
VojtechSvatek about ConceptTerms +The pattern should probably mention the SKOS vocabulary, which addresses most of the problems in question.
VojtechSvatek about Context Slices +There is obvious relation to the n-ary relation pattern (e.g. by SWBPD) and actually also to RDF reification as kind-of pattern.
VojtechSvatek about EventProcessing +There are already some patterns in the catalog that deal with temporality, but not really with capturing information about events.
VojtechSvatek about Faceted Classification Scheme +This (or, the Normalization pattern) actually seems to be a reflection of the construct proposed by A. Rector years ago, as the author (somewhat tacitly) acknowledges.
VojtechSvatek about PeriodicInterval +Missing, although there are other temporal patterns on the portal.
VojtechSvatek about Reactor pattern +Other relevant CODPs from the portal are neither reused nor discussed.
VojtechSvatek about SimpleOrAggregated +I would expect a reference to http://www.w I would expect a reference to Importantly, the submitted pattern is based upon a more generic pattern that I have not come across yet: using different mutually equivalent classes to model different partitions (here, the distinction between 'simple' and 'aggregated') of the given class. This pattern should be either explicitly references (if already published) or submitted separately. Interestingly, this pattern may be used for a similar purpose as another submitted pattern, called Normalization: both can be used to dismantle a complex (possibly, multi-)hierarchy. I also wonder if the Object class can be considered similar as the Object class e.g. in the ObjectRole pattern. ject class e.g. in the ObjectRole pattern.


WimPeters about ConceptTerms +other standards and best practises need to be proposed as alternatives.
WimPeters about Define Hybrid Class Resolving Disjointness due to Subsomption +related pattern proposal: "Enlarge Class Definition for Resolving Disjointness due to Subsomption"
WimPeters about Enlarge Class Definition for Resolving Disjointness due to Subsomption +related to the "Define Hybrid Class Resolving Disjointness due to Subsomption" pattern.
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