owl:inverseOf

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The syntactic element owl:inverseOf belongs to the RDF/XML serialization of OWL 2.

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There are 52 approved test cases that currently use this feature:

author description
Consistent-but-all-unsat Uli Sattler An ontology that is consistent, but all named classes are unsatisfiable. Ideas by Alan Ruttenberg
One equals two Alan Ruttenberg Start with 3 classes, a,b,c and relate them so instances have to be in a 1:1 relationship with each other.

The class b-and-c is the union of b and c. Therefore there have to be 2 instances of b-and-c for every instance of a.

Relate the class 2a to b-and-c so that *their* instances are in 1:1 relationship.

Now relate 2a to a so that *their* instances are in a 1:1 relationship. This should lead to a situation in which every instance of 2a is 1:1 with an instance of a, and at the same time 2:1 with an instance of a.

Unless all the classes have an infinite number of members or are empty this doesn't work. This example has a is the enumerated class {i,j,k} (i,j,k all different individuals). So it should be inconsistent.
Rdfbased-sem-inv-inst Michael Schneider
Kai Mainzer
The subject and object of a triple are reversed by an inverse property.
TestCase:WebOnt-I4.5-001 Charles White An example combinging owl:oneOf and owl:inverseOf.
TestCase:WebOnt-I4.5-002 Charles White An example combining owl:oneOf and owl:inverseOf.
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There are 7 proposed test cases that currently use this feature:

author description
TestCase:WebOnt-FunctionalProperty-003 Jeremy J. Carroll If prop is an owl:FunctionalProperty, then its inverse is an owl:InverseFunctionalProperty.
TestCase:WebOnt-I5.1-010 Jeremy J. Carroll There are 128 different bytes that are also unsigned integers; and hence also 127.
TestCase:WebOnt-InverseFunctionalProperty-003 Jeremy J. Carroll If prop is an owl:InverseFunctionalProperty, then its inverse is an owl:FunctionalProperty.
TestCase:WebOnt-extra-credit-002 Jeremy J. Carroll This test shows a relationship between integer multiplication and OWL Full.
TestCase:WebOnt-extra-credit-003 Jeremy J. Carroll Prime factorization can be expressed in OWL Full.
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There are 3 newly submitted test cases that currently use this feature:

author description
FS2RDF-domain-range-expression-ar Alan Ruttenberg Functional syntax to RDFXML for domain and range with expressions
FS2RDF-negative-property-assertion-ar Alan Ruttenberg Functional syntax to RDFXML for negative property assertions, some with annotations and annotations on their annotations
RoleChainViolationLumen Uli Sattler This is an example that was developed by Uli Sattler for a workshop on the Foundational Model of Anatomy. As it turns out, the role chain it uses violates the constraints for being allowable in OWL 2 DL. Submitted by Alan Ruttenberg. See http://groups.google.com/group/fma-owl-2009/browse_thread/thread/4643f80187bf9327
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