A composite ontology change encapsulates a list of ontology changes, which should be applied as a logical unit.
This composite change adds a 'closure' axiom to an ontology for a given class and object property.
Given a set of ontologies S, for each ontology, O, in S, this change combines multiple subclass axioms with a common left hand side into one subclass axiom.
Coerces constants to have the same type as the range of a property in axioms where the two are used.
This composite change will convert a defined class to a primitive class by replacing equivalent classes axioms where the class in question is a class in the equivalent classes axioms to a set of subclass axioms whose superclasses are the set of classes which were originally equivalent to the class in question.
Given a set of ontologies, this composite change will convert all property assertion axioms whose subject is a 'punned' individual (i.e.
This composite change will convert a primitive class to a defined class by replacing subclass axioms where the class in question is on the left hand side of the subclass axiom to an equivalent classes axiom which makes the class equivalent to the intersection of its superclasses.
This composite change will create a value partion - see "pattern 2" in "Representing Specified Values in OWL: "value partitions" and "value sets"" (http:/** A value partition is an ontology design pattern which is used to represent a set of closed values for a particular property.
Given a set of class expressions, this composite change will make them mutually disjoint.
For a given class, this composite change makes its told primitive subclasses mutually disjoint.
Given a set of ontologies, this composite change will remove all disjoint classes axioms from these ontologies.
Given a set of ontologies, this composite change will replace all subclass axioms in each ontology, whose super class is an object intersection (conjuction) with multiple subclass axioms - one for each conjunct.
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