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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
Import of ontologies
References to mediators used
The type of the specification
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.