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Posted 15 April 2007 - 11:59 AM

How can I read/write owl document in C#?
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Re: OWL

Posted 15 April 2007 - 01:24 PM

OWL -object windows library?
OWL -Web Ontology Language? (you would think that was WOL but no).
OWL -Ordinary Wizarding Level?
OWL -Online Writing Lab?
OWL intranet knowledge base?
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There are three secrets to reading a file. #1 know the format the file is in. #2 Scour the net for a library/API for that file type. #3 if #2 did not work, learn a little about finite state machines.

I might be able to help more if I know which owl you were taling about.
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Re: OWL

Posted 16 April 2007 - 12:59 AM

Web Ontology Language I mean. I cant find any clear example.

View PostNickDMax, on 15 Apr, 2007 - 01:24 PM, said:

OWL -object windows library?
OWL -Web Ontology Language? (you would think that was WOL but no).
OWL -Ordinary Wizarding Level?
OWL -Online Writing Lab?
OWL intranet knowledge base?
emails from Owl Landry of 1345 Hillcrest Rd, Doolittle Kansas?

who who

There are three secrets to reading a file. #1 know the format the file is in. #2 Scour the net for a library/API for that file type. #3 if #2 did not work, learn a little about finite state machines.

I might be able to help more if I know which owl you were taling about.

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Re: OWL

Posted 16 April 2007 - 02:30 PM

Well you might inf one searching for "Web Ontology Language parser"

Here is what W3C has to say.

IF you are in java then Mindswap has a parser for java.

If you need to write your own, well I would begin by learning how XML is parsed. Although OWL will be more difficult, many of the techniques will be the same. -- you SHOULD be able to use a modified XML parser to parse OWL files.
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Re: OWL

Posted 17 April 2007 - 06:14 AM

View PostNickDMax, on 16 Apr, 2007 - 02:30 PM, said:

Well you might inf one searching for "Web Ontology Language parser"

Here is what W3C has to say.

IF you are in java then Mindswap has a parser for java.

If you need to write your own, well I would begin by learning how XML is parsed. Although OWL will be more difficult, many of the techniques will be the same. -- you SHOULD be able to use a modified XML parser to parse OWL files.



So, as I understand I have to work (f.e. access) with OWL in C# just like XML.
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