owl:oneOf

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

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There are 23 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
New-Feature-Rational-002 Mike Smith
Birte Glimm
An inconsistent ontology using owl:rational
New-Feature-Rational-003 Mike Smith
Birte Glimm
A consistent ontology demonstrating owl:rational is different from xsd:decimal. The decimal literal requires 16 digits, the minimum required for conformance.
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.
Owl2-rl-invalid-oneof Zhe Wu OWL 2 RL does not permit owl:oneOf to define a named class (it can be used as a subclass expression).
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There are 9 proposed test cases that currently use this feature:

author description
TestCase:WebOnt-FunctionalProperty-004 Jeremy J. Carroll If the range of prop is a singleton set then it is necessarily functional, (i.e. every member of its domain has a single value) and so it is an owl:FunctionalProperty.
TestCase:WebOnt-InverseFunctionalProperty-004 Jeremy J. Carroll If the domain of prop is a singleton set then it is necessarily inverse functional, (i.e. every member of its
range is the value of a single item) so it is an 
owl:InverseFunctionalProperty.
TestCase:WebOnt-Nothing-002 Jeremy J. Carroll An empty owl:Class has the same class extension as owl:Nothing.
TestCase:WebOnt-Thing-005 Jeremy J. Carroll The extension of OWL Thing may not be a singleton in OWL Full.
TestCase:WebOnt-extra-credit-002 Jeremy J. Carroll This test shows a relationship between integer multiplication and OWL Full.
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