# Submissions:PeriodicInterval

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## Revision as of 11:13, 3 August 2012

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# General description

 Name: PeriodicInterval MariaPoveda, MariCarmenSuarezFigueroa The goal of this pattern is to represent non-convex intervals where the duration of each internal interval and the duration of the gaps between intervals are constant. These intervals are called periodic intervals within the context of this pattern. What is the period of the interval 'every tuesday of 2010'? The period is a week (weekly). The class “Interval” defined in the OWL-Time ontol-ogy has been extended within this pattern by means of the class “PeriodicInterval”. This concept has been created in order to define periodic intervals. As we have al-ready mentioned, these intervals are defined by four elements, namely, its beginning, its end, the duration of each subinterval and the duration of the period, that is, the gaps between two subintervals. In order to model the beginning and end of the inter-val, we have reused the relationships “hasBeginning” and “hasEnd” already defined in the OWL-Time ontology. By taking advantage of the concepts and relations al-ready defined in the OWL-Time ontology instead of creating new ones we both pro-mote the reuse of existing models and avoid the inclusion of unnecessary complexity within the pattern being developed. The durations of the subintervals and the period between them have been modelled by means of the relationships “hasIntervalDura-tionPerPeriod” and “hasPeriod” respectively. Both relationships are defined between the concepts “PeriodicInterval” and “DurationDescription”. http://delicias.dia.fi.upm.es/ontologies/PeriodicInterval.owl (360) This content pattern allows designers to represent non-convex intervals where the period between subintervals, that is, the gaps between subintervals, and the duration of the subintervals are constant. Sam teaches every monday http://www.oeg-upm.net/index.php/en/ontologies/82-mio-ontologies

# Elements

The PeriodicInterval Content OP locally defines the following ontology elements:

hasIntervalDurationPerPeriod (owl:ObjectProperty)
hasIntervalDurationPerPeriod page
hasPeriod (owl:ObjectProperty)
hasPeriod page
PeriodicInterval (owl:Class)
PeriodicInterval page

This ontology design pattern extends the OWL-Time ontology (http://www.w3.org/TR/owl-time) defining periodic intervals.

# Scenarios

No scenario is added to this Content OP.

# Reviews

Review article Posted on About revision (current is 11056)
RinkeHoekstra about PeriodicInterval 245616121 August 2012 1115211,152
VojtechSvatek about PeriodicInterval 245617131 August 2012 1117211,172

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# Modeling issues

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# References

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