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Current revision ID: 10366

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General description

Name: Set
Submitted by: EvaBlomqvist
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Intent: To model sets of things (elements). A Set is a collection that cannot contain duplicate elements.
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Competency Questions:
  • What is the cardinality (size) of this set?
  • What are the elements in this set?
Solution description: A Set is a collection that cannot contain duplicate elements. A Set is expressed by linking to it directly all the members (elements), multiple identical values of members (elements) will be eliminated because by default they are treated as a set.
Reusable OWL Building Block: http://www.ontologydesignpatterns.org/cp/owl/set.owl (352)
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Elements

The Set Content OP locally defines the following ontology elements:

Class Set (owl:Class) Set - A collection that cannot contain duplicate elements.
Set page
DatatypeProperty size (owl:DatatypeProperty) size - The number of items belonging to a collection
size page

Additional information

A Set is a collection that cannot contain duplicate elements. A Set is expressed by linking to it directly all the members (elements), multiple identical values of members (elements) will be eliminated because by default they are treated as a set.

The collections ontology (part of the SWAN ontologies) that this pattern is based on was created by Paolo Ciccarese - Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, and Marco Ocana - Balboa Systems Inc. The original ontologies, and related information, are available under a Creative Commons License.

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