manchester-syntax is an actively used meta language created in 2006. The Manchester syntax is a user-friendly compact syntax for OWL 2 ontologies; it is frame-based, as opposed to the axiom-based other syntaxes for OWL 2. The Manchester Syntax is used in the OWL 2 Primer, and this document provides the language used there. It is expected that tools will extend the Manchester Syntax for their own purposes, and tool builders may collaboratively extend the common language.
- manchester-syntax first appeared in 2006
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Example code from the web:
/** * @rdfs:comment A vegetarian pizza is a pizza that only has cheese toppings * and tomato toppings. * * @rdfs:label Pizza [en] * @rdfs:label Pizza [pt] */ Class: VegetarianPizza EquivalentTo: Pizza and not (hasTopping some FishTopping) and not (hasTopping some MeatTopping) DisjointWith: NonVegetarianPizza
Last updated August 9th, 2020