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Syntax Basics

  •  The WSML Full syntax consists of two major parts: the conceptual syntax and the logical expression syntax
    • The conceptual syntax is used for the modeling of ontologies, goals, web services and mediators; these are the elements of the WSMO conceptual model
    • Logical expressions are used to refine these definitions using a logical language
  • The other language variants impose restrictions on the general syntax (WSML Full syntax)
  • A WSML specification is separated into two parts:
    • The first part provides a strictly ordered meta-information block about the specification:
      • WSML variant identification
      • Namespace references
      • Annotations
      • Import of ontologies
      • References to mediators used
      • The type of the specification
    • The second part of the specification, consisting of (unorderd) elements such as concepts, attributes, relations (in the case of an ontology specification), capability, interfaces (in the case of a goal or web service specification), etc.

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