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Training:PhD Course on Computational Ontologies @ University of Bologna 2011/Creating CQs
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Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 9 May 2011 06:59:48  +
ProblemDescription '''Context''' Tourist information about c '''Context''' Tourist information about cities: A company providing a tourism web portal would like to semantically represent all their information about cities in Europe. Following is a typical description of the kind of information that is present in the portal, and that should be contained in (and queried from) the knowledge base. '''Scenario''' Rome is the capital of Italy, it is located in the Lazio region. Rome has two airports. Fiumincino airport is served by Alitalia flights, while Ciampino is served by Ryanair and Wizzair. Rome has several train stations, the main station is Termini located in the center of Rome, but there are also the Trastevere station in the west part of Rome (the Trastevere district), and Tiburtina in the south east. When getting around in Rome by public transport there are buses, trams and a metro with two lines (A and B). The metro lines A and B run until 00.30, and resume at 5.30 in the morning. In Rome you can stay in a hotel. Hotels have different ratings (from five to one star), and rates within a price range. Price ranges of the hotels differ depending on the time of the year that you decide to visit Rome. Rome is full of sights, such as churches, monuments and museums. Popular churches are St Peters and the Pantheon, and a monument is the Colosseum. To enter the Colosseum there is a fee of 12 EUR for adults, a fee of 7,50 EUR for EU citizens below the age of 24 and free entrance for EU citizens below 18 years old. There are organised tours to see the sights of Rome, either on foot starting from the Pantheon or by bus leaving from the Termini station, with different starting times on different weekdays. Rome also has numerous museums. Museums are generally closed on Mondays, but the Vatican Museums are instead closed on Sundays. While in Rome a visitor should take the opportunity to visit one of the many events taking place there during different periods, such as theater and opera performances, and concerts. During September and October 2009 the Teatro Roma offers two theater shows each evening. The play in this period is the "Merchant of Venice", written by Shakespeare in 1598, given through an ensemble of well-known actors. During the second and third week of September the role of Shylock is played by Arnold Schwarzenegger as a special guest actor. There are a number of travel guides available for Rome, many of them are available in several formats, for example as a guidebook or on a CD. Maps of Rome can also be found in paper format or in an electronic format. '''Problem divided into sub-parts''' # Rome is the capital of Italy, it is located in the Lazio region. # Rome has two airports. Fiumincino airport is served by Alitalia flights, while Ciampino is served by Ryanair and Wizzair. Rome has several train stations, the main station is Termini located in the center of Rome, but there are also the Trastevere station in the west part of Rome (the Trastevere district), and Tiburtina in the south east. # When getting around in Rome by public transport there are buses, trams and a metro with two lines (A and B). The metro lines A and B run until 00.30, and resume at 5.30 in the morning. # In Rome you can stay in a hotel. Hotels have different ratings (from five to one star), and rates within a price range. Price ranges of the hotels differ depending on the time of the year that you decide to visit Rome. # Rome is full of sights, such as churches, monuments and museums. Popular churches are St Peters and the Pantheon, and a monument is the Colosseum. To enter the Colosseum there is a fee of 12 EUR for adults, a fee of 7,50 EUR for EU citizens below the age of 24 and free entrance for EU citizens below 18 years old. # There are organised tours to see the sights of Rome, either on foot starting from the Pantheon or by bus leaving from the Termini station, with different starting times on different weekdays. # Rome also has numerous museums. Museums are generally closed on Mondays, but the Vatican Museums are instead closed on Sundays. # While in Rome a visitor should take the opportunity to visit one of the many events taking place there during different periods, such as theater and opera performances, and concerts. During September and October 2009 the Teatro Roma offers two theater shows each evening. # The play in this period is the "Merchant of Venice", written by Shakespeare in 1598, given through an ensemble of well-known actors. During the second and third week of September the role of Shylock is played by Arnold Schwarzenegger as a special guest actor. # There are a number of travel guides available for Rome, many of them are available in several formats, for example as a guidebook or on a CD. Maps of Rome can also be found in paper format or in an electronic format. n paper format or in an electronic format.
SolutionDescription [[Training:PhD_Course_on_Computational_Ontologies_@_University_of_Bologna_2011/Creating_CQs:InstanceFree | Instance-free sentences]], [[Training:PhD_Course_on_Computational_Ontologies_@_University_of_Bologna_2011/Creating_CQs:CQs | Competency Questions]]
Title Creating CQs
Categories Exercise +
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