Joachim Baran | 17 Apr 19:47 2014
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Feature Request

Hello,

  Instead of going office-to-office, I thought it is easier to broadcast this feature request here. :)

  I use owl:equivalentClass a lot in one of my ontologies and that creates a visualization problem in the class hierarchy tree.

  I select "View" -> "Show only the active ontology" in Protege 4.3 Desktop, which nicely shows only my classes and equivalences to other ontologies (e.g., "Cell = cell").

  However, it also shows the same equivalence as "cell = Cell" under owl:Thing. This behavior causes a lot of clutter in the class hierarchy view.

  Would it be possible to hide the "reverse" equivalences when "Show only the active ontology" is selected?

Thank you,

Kim

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clemens utschig | 16 Feb 21:48 2014
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Fwd: Re: [protege-dev] Problem with events and database backing



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From: clemens utschig <clemens.utschig <at> gmail.com>
Date: Sunday, February 16, 2014
Subject: Fwd: Re: [protege-dev] [protege-discussion] Problem with events and database backing
To: Timothy Redmond <tredmond <at> stanford.edu>


So, i got to the point of sneaking a kb under the protege app at runtime - pretty much a new constructor in project (using the code from the one with uri, and calling all the methods) and then projectmanager.getpm.setcurrentproject... Almost there, but now i really need your help - all the default widgets are working - but when i click on an instance within the instance widget the form does not show? ... If i use the default project constructor (with a string) and do the same thing - it does show up.. Unfortunately i cant debug into this with all the threads running around, so i really need some advice here - is there some other magic?

On Sunday, February 16, 2014, clemens utschig <clemens.utschig <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey timothy - first of all thanks a ton for the reply.
>
> Yes i am on version 3.5.. The problem is that i cant create a server project first as i use the ontology to configure a (remote) application on the fly - and want to use the protege app to do configuration on top of that - think of the ontology as a graph within a deployable server app. And i dont want to start messing with two servers (my own and its lifecyle and the protege one ;-)
>
> I'll try to tweak the protege app tmrw a little - and see if i can sneak a project instance underneath it on the fly (rather than it *owning* and opening a uri..)..
>
> If you have some other super smart idea, any help is appreciated...
>
> Cheers from germany, i actually studied at stanford during my time in san francisco ;-)  
>
> On Saturday, February 15, 2014, Timothy Redmond <tredmond <at> stanford.edu> wrote:
>>
>> Just in case you didn't see my reply.
>>
>> -Timothy
>>
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: Re: [protege-dev] [protege-discussion] Problem with events and database backing
>> Date: Sat, 15 Feb 2014 09:39:14 -0800
>> From: Timothy Redmond <tredmond <at> stanford.edu>
>> Reply-To: protege-dev <at> lists.stanford.edu
>> To: protege-discussion <at> lists.stanford.edu, protege-dev <at> lists.stanford.edu
>>
>> I am a bit confused getting this message because I think that the new
>> lists are protege-users and protege-dev. So I am forwarded this message
>> to protege-dev just in case.
>>
>> On 02/15/2014 07:23 AM, clemens utschig wrote:
>>> folks - this is rather urgent...
>>> I try to get the listener magic to work (e.g. new instance created,
>>> frame update, browser text changed) - between the protege application
>>> and and multiple api based consumers all using the same - database
>>> backed - project.
>>>
>>> It seems somehow events / listeners are not firing / generated by
>>> default?
>>>
>>> Any help much appreciated.
>>
>> This is just a thought and may not be related to what you are
>> experiencing. I am assuming that you are talking about Protege 3
>> although -- even though the implementations are completely different --
>> the same comments apply to Protege 4 and 5.
>>
>> If you create two separate Protege knowledge bases (e.g. separate java
>> objects) that point to the same database then you will have several
>> problems. These problems only occur when modifying the knowledge bases;
>> I think that things will work if all the callers are in read-only mode.
>>
>> The most obvious problem is that changes in one Protege knowledge base
>> will only generate events in that knowledge base and not in the other
>> knowledge bases. A less obvious problem is that, in certain
>> circumstances, changes made with one knowledge base will not be seen in
>> other knowledge bases. There may be other problems as well.
>>
>> If this is in fact your problem then there are two obvious fixes to the
>> problem. If everything is happening in a single JVM, then it is
>> possible that you can refactor your code so that all callers requesting
>> a knowledge base will get the same one. Maybe there would be a static
>> method or something that manages the process of getting the knowledge
>> base. Since the code will no longer be reentrant, you may need to also
>> add some synchronization.
>>
>> If you have more than one JVM or there is some other reason why the
>> above solution is not practical then the other approach is to use a
>> Protege server. If you have several clients accessing the same server
>> all the events and other synchronization will be taken care of. This is
>> easier than it sounds and there is a wiki page telling you how to do this:
>>
>> Protege 3 --
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clemens utschig | 15 Feb 16:23 2014
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Re: Problem with events and database backing

folks - this is rather urgent...
I try to get the listener magic to work (e.g. new instance created, frame update, browser text changed) - between the protege application and and multiple api based consumers all using the same - database backed - project.

It seems somehow events / listeners are not firing / generated by default?

Any help much appreciated.


On Sat, Feb 15, 2014 at 4:22 PM, clemens utschig <clemens.utschig <at> gmail.com> wrote:
folks - this is rather urgent...
I try to get the listener magic to work (e.g. new instance created, frame update, browser text changed) - between the protege application and and multiple api based consumers all using the same - database backed - project.

It seems somehow events / listeners are not firing / generated by default?

Any help much appreciated.


On Sat, Feb 15, 2014 at 4:19 PM, clemens utschig <clemens.utschig <at> gmail.com> wrote:
folks - this is rather urgent...
I try to get the listener magic to work (e.g. new instance created, frame update, browser text changed) - between the protege application and and multiple api based consumers all using the same - database backed - project.

It seems somehow events / listeners are not firing / generated by default?

Any help much appreciated.




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Sean Zhang | 3 Feb 05:08 2014
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Special Issue Call for Papers: "MapReduce and Big Data Infrastructure", in in International Journal of Big Data Intelligence.

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Manal Haimour | 2 Feb 23:56 2014
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Ontology Graph

Hi, 

I have a question regarding web-protege. How can I generate a graph after I am finished with specifying the classes and the properties? I have been trying all day to find something to generate a graph , ontology graph, but I couldnt.

I would appreciate any help I can find.

Thanks
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WiMob 2014: First CFP and Call for Workshop Proposals

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General Chair
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General Co-Chairs
George Angelos Papadopoulos, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Ali Miri, Ryerson University, Canada

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Samuel Pierre, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada

Steering Committee
Abderrahim Benslimane, University of Avignon, France
Dovan Thanh, Telenor & Norwegian Univ. of Science& Technology, Norway
Hussein Mouftah, University of Ottawa, Canada
Ibrahim Habib, City University of New York, USA
Khaled Ben Letaief, Hong Kong University of Sci. & Tech.
Pierre Boucher, Ericsson Research Canada
Samuel Pierre, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada

TPC Co-Chairs
Li CHEN, Sun Yat-Sen University, China - wireless communication track
Milena Radenkovic, University of Nottingham, UK - ubiquitous, service and application track
Lin Xiaodong, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada- wireless networking, mobility and nomadicity track

Workshop Co-Chairs
Ebrahim Bagheri, Ryerson University, Canada
Joaquin Garcia-Alfaro, Telecom SudParis, France
Joan Garcia Haro, Universidad Politecnica dede Cartagena, Spain
Luis Orozco Barbosa, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Spain

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André Luiz Tietböhl Ramos | 30 Jan 21:32 2014
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Dear Timothy,

Thanks for the very good explanation. Read below please.


On Ter, 2014-01-28 at 12:05 -0800, protege-discussion-request <at> lists.stanford.edu wrote:

Message: 2 Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2014 13:12:12 -0800 From: Timothy Redmond <tredmond <at> stanford.edu> To: protege-discussion <at> lists.stanford.edu Hello, My guess is that with a little more detail we will be able to quickly figure this out. First, if possible it would be nice to see the ontology. > I do have an Individual (own#real) What is the full name of this individual? If for example, you meant that the name is owl:real so that the full name is     http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#real

In order to solve this issue I deleted the individual however the error still shows up. How so? Would there be a "hidden" individual somewhere as cleverly show below?

then this is probably the source of your problem. Using reserved names (such as the names of datatypes) for your own use can lead to ambiguous parsing by different owl parsers. It is possible that the parser used by FaCT++ generated a different in memory version of your ontology than the Protege parser did. It may be a bit tricky to tell by looking at the rdf what the full name of the resource is. > that does not exist in my ontology (it is not shown in Proteg?'s > Indivuduals tab) but exists according to the reasoner (FACT++). By what means did FaCT++ tell you that the individual exists. Did you run FaCT++ from the command line or otherwise? This may not be important if my guess about your ontology is correct.

I run FACT++ from the GUI.  The message shown is:

ReasonerInternalException. Unsupported datatype 'http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#real'

You would want to only change those that occur as the individual.  You should also at some point (maybe after getting this ontology to parse in Protege as you expect it) change the namespace of these individuals so that they are not in the owl: namespace.

Ok, thanks! I will when I'm good enough using Protege for I still don't know how to accomplish it effectively.

> Version: 4.1 If by this you mean Protege 4.1, I would recommend that you upgrade to Protege 4.2 if you can.

Yes, it is Protege version 4.1. Using 4.2b or 4.3 doesn't help much either.

Sincerely,

Andre Luiz


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Jennifer Vendetti | 30 Jan 20:31 2014
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Protege Support Mailing List Changes

Dear Protege Community,

The purpose of this email is to inform you of some upcoming changes to our free support mailing lists.  Over the last two decades, the number of Protege mailing lists has proliferated beyond what is practical for our modestly sized team to maintain.  On Monday, February 3rd, all of our support mailing lists will be condensed to the following two options:

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End user support for all versions of the WebProtege and Protege Desktop applications.  Anyone currently subscribed to protege-discussion, protege-owl, p4-feedback, and/or webprotege-feedback will be automatically moved to the protege-user list.  If you have concerns about the volume of email on protege-user, please note that you will have the option of modifying your subscription to digest mode.  If you wish to unsubscribe from any of our support lists before February 3rd, please do so via the list information pages at the bottom of this correspondence.

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Jackie Blanco | 28 Jan 11:40 2014

CFP (Deadline Approaching) Third ICEEE2014 - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

CALL FOR PAPERS AND PARTICIPATION
=================================
First Submission Deadline: February 18, 2014

The Third International Conference on E-Learning and E-Technologies in Education (ICEEE2014)
March 18-20, 2014
Asia Pacific University of Technology and Innovation (APU)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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The conference is part of The Second World Congress on Computing and Information Technology (WCIT2014) which aims to enable researchers build connections between different digital applications.

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André Luiz Tietböhl Ramos | 27 Jan 21:29 2014
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Find and changa an Individual in a .owl file

Hello,

I do have an Individual (own#real) that does not exist in my ontology (it is not shown in Protegé's Indivuduals tab) but exists according to the reasoner (FACT++).  The only similar Individual I have is called Real (notice the CAPS).  I cannot use a DL SELECT command either because the reasoner complies about this issue. Thus, I opened the .owl file and found several owl#real occurrences. My question is: can i simply change real by Real in the .owl file with no side affects?

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Andre Luiz

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