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|DisjointClasses-001||Mike Smith||Demonstrates a binary disjoint classes axiom based on example in the Structural Specification and Functional-Style Syntax document.|
|DisjointClasses-003||Mike Smith||A modification of test DisjointClasses-001 to demonstrate a ternary disjoint classes axiom.|
|New-Feature-DisjointUnion-001||Mike Smith||Demonstrates a disjoint union axiom based on the example in the Structural Specification and Functional-Style Syntax document.|
|New-Feature-ObjectQCR-002||Mike Smith||Demonstrates a qualified maximum cardinality object property restriction adapted from example in the Structural Specification and Functional-Style Syntax document.|
|New-Feature-TopObjectProperty-001||Mike Smith||Demonstrates use of the top object property to create an inconsistency.|
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There are 5 proposed test cases that currently use this feature:
|TestCase:WebOnt-Class-005||Jeremy J. Carroll||This test shows a potential misapplication of OWL Full comprehension rules.
It also shows optional type triples on an
|TestCase:WebOnt-Class-005-direct||Jeremy J. Carroll||This test demonstrates that the OWL 2 Direct Semantics, unlike the OWL 2 RDF Based Semantics and the OWL 1 semantics, permit URIs to be present in the conclusion ontology that are not present in the premise ontology.|
|TestCase:WebOnt-Class-006||Jeremy J. Carroll||This test shows a correct application of OWL Full comprehension rules.
It also shows that use of
|TestCase:WebOnt-complementOf-001||Jos De Roo||
|TestCase:WebOnt-equivalentClass-007||Jeremy J. Carroll||De Morgan's law.|
No newly submitted test cases currently use this feature.