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Test Id Inconsistent String Pattern with Disjoint Dataproperties
Description The data properties dp1 and dp2 are disjoint. The strings ab and ac are dp1 fillers for the individual a and can, thus, not be used as dp2 fillers for a. The pattern a(b|c), however, admits only ab and ac as values, which makes the ontology inconsistent.
Status Proposed (2009-05-26)
Author Birte Glimm
Original syntax Functional
Syntactic Species/Profile OWL 2 DL (not EL, not QL, not RL)
Semantics This test is applicable under both direct and RDF-based semantics.
Inconsistent ontology (download)

Convert syntax: RDF, XML, Manchester      This informative conversion will be incorrect for OWL 2 Full. info.pngConversions are provided by the OWL Syntax Converter which tries to "repair" OWL 2 Full inputs to become DL.

  DisjointDataProperties(:dp1 :dp2) 
  DataPropertyAssertion(:dp1 :a "ab"^^xsd:string)
  DataPropertyAssertion(:dp1 :a "ac"^^xsd:string)
    DataSomeValuesFrom(:dp2 DatatypeRestriction(
      xsd:pattern "a(b|c)"^^xsd:string)
  ClassAssertion(:A :a)
Imported ontologies none
OWL 2 Informative
OWL 2 Normative