Menelas Project Top-Level Ontology

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Preferred Name

physical object

Definitions

Un objet physique est un objet qu'on peut trouver dans le monde physique. Sa denotation consiste dans un ensemble d'objets concrets qui sont des occurences de ce type. Fondamentalement, un objet est physique autant qu'il occupe de l'espace et peut ???tre localise. Il peut être compose de parties. [physical_object: _x]- (object_spatial_role)-->[spatial_role_function] (defines_fct)-->[physical_functional_object] (part)-->[physical_object:_y] (functional_part)-->[physical_object] (defines_area)-->[object_area] ;; definition (defines_morphology)-->[morpho_system_function] ;optional (defines_systemic_function)-->[system_function] ;optional (defines_physical_function)-->[physical_system_function] (defines_cultural_function)-->[cultural_system_function] (consists_of)<--[state_of_physical_object] (fills_by)<--[spatial_object] (includes)<--[spatial_object] (zone_of)<--[spatial_object] (inst_tool)<--[intentional_change] (involved_obj)<--[unintentional_change] (purported_obj)<--[intentional_change] (process_of)<--[process]- (performs_function)-->[physical_functional_object]- (defines_physical_function)<--[physical_object:_x] (measured_val)-->[value]--(normalised_as)-->[normal] <--(consists_in)--[physical_state] --(consists_of)-->[physical_object:_x] (physical_role)-->[physical_role_function] --(normalised_as)-->[normal] <--(consists_in)--[physical_state] --(consists_of)-->[physical_object:_x]% (dysperforms_function)-->[physical_functional_object]- (defines_physical_function)<--[physical_object:_x] (measured_val)-->[value]--(normalised_as)-->[abnormal] <--(consists_in)--[physical_state] --(consists_of)-->[physical_object:_x] (physical_role)-->[physical_role_function] --(normalised_as)-->[abnormal] <--(consists_in)--[physical_state] --(consists_of)-->[physical_object:_x]%% (attr)-->[physical_object_attr] % A physical_objectis an objet that can be found in the physical world. Its denotation consists in the set of the concrete objects that are occurrence of this type. Basically, an object is physical as soon as it takes up space and can be in itself localized. Hence it can be composed of parts. These are definitory properties. However, to the essence of a physical_object, belongs also that a physical object can have a form, or a function. However, such possibilities can be forbidden in special cases. For example, pseudo objects will not be object in the full meaning of the term because they cannot realize these essential possibilities. For example, a morphological object is a pseudo object because it is defined only by having a form, but it has not the other properties of the physical objects. Hence, a morphologic object has a form, but not a function. Reciprocally, a system has a function but not a form. :

ID

http://www.limics.fr/ontologies/menelastop#PhysicalObject

definition

Un objet physique est un objet qu'on peut trouver dans le monde physique. Sa denotation consiste dans un ensemble d'objets concrets qui sont des occurences de ce type. Fondamentalement, un objet est physique autant qu'il occupe de l'espace et peut ???tre localise. Il peut être compose de parties.

A physical_objectis an objet that can be found in the physical world. Its denotation consists in the set of the concrete objects that are occurrence of this type. Basically, an object is physical as soon as it takes up space and can be in itself localized. Hence it can be composed of parts. These are definitory properties. However, to the essence of a physical_object, belongs also that a physical object can have a form, or a function. However, such possibilities can be forbidden in special cases. For example, pseudo objects will not be object in the full meaning of the term because they cannot realize these essential possibilities. For example, a morphological object is a pseudo object because it is defined only by having a form, but it has not the other properties of the physical objects. Hence, a morphologic object has a form, but not a function. Reciprocally, a system has a function but not a form. :

dwp

any object whose instantiation takes place in space

dws

time/space

menelastopCGRepresentation

[physical_object: _x]- (object_spatial_role)-->[spatial_role_function] (defines_fct)-->[physical_functional_object] (part)-->[physical_object:_y] (functional_part)-->[physical_object] (defines_area)-->[object_area] ;; definition (defines_morphology)-->[morpho_system_function] ;optional (defines_systemic_function)-->[system_function] ;optional (defines_physical_function)-->[physical_system_function] (defines_cultural_function)-->[cultural_system_function] (consists_of)[physical_functional_object]- (defines_physical_function)[value]--(normalised_as)-->[normal] [physical_object:_x] (physical_role)-->[physical_role_function] --(normalised_as)-->[normal] [physical_object:_x]% (dysperforms_function)-->[physical_functional_object]- (defines_physical_function)[value]--(normalised_as)-->[abnormal] [physical_object:_x] (physical_role)-->[physical_role_function] --(normalised_as)-->[abnormal] [physical_object:_x]%% (attr)-->[physical_object_attr] %

prefixIRI

PhysicalObject

prefLabel

objet physique

physical object

swp

essence that is instantiated in a reference universe

sws

Change or not change, that is the question.

subClassOf

http://www.limics.fr/ontologies/menelastop#AbstractObject

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http://www.ontologydesignpatterns.org/ont/dul/DUL.owl#PhysicalObject BCI-O LOOM
http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/SNOMEDCT/260787004 SNOMEDCT LOOM
http://www.semanticweb.org/ontologies/2009/3/ontoDPN.owl#ObjetPhysique EPO LOOM
http://doe-generated-ontology.com/OntoAD#PhysicalObject ONTOAD LOOM
http://www.owl-ontologies.com/assert.owl#Physical_object ONTOKBCF LOOM
http://www.projecthalo.com/aura#Physical-Object AURA LOOM
http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/PMR.owl#Physical_object PMR LOOM
http://purl.org/dc/dcmitype/PhysicalObject DCMITYPE LOOM
http://sbmi.uth.tmc.edu/ontology/ochv#C0347997 OCHV LOOM
http://www.w3.org/ns/ssn/physicalObject FASTO LOOM
http://neurolog.unice.fr/ontoneurolog/v3.0/dolce-particular.owl#physical-object ONL-MR-DA LOOM
http://neurolog.unice.fr/ontoneurolog/v3.0/dolce-particular.owl#physical-object ONL-MSA LOOM
http://neurolog.unice.fr/ontoneurolog/v3.0/dolce-particular.owl#physical-object OntoVIP LOOM
http://neurolog.unice.fr/ontoneurolog/v3.0/dolce-particular.owl#physical-object ONL-DP LOOM
http://bioonto.de/ro2.owl#Continuant BIOMODELS LOOM
http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/EKB_0000008 LHN LOOM
http://rds.posccaesar.org/2008/02/OWL/ISO-15926-2_2003#PhysicalObject ISO-15926-2_2003 LOOM
http://rds.posccaesar.org/2008/02/OWL/ISO-15926-2_2003#PhysicalObject ISO-ANNOTATIONS LOOM
http://rds.posccaesar.org/2008/02/OWL/ISO-15926-2_2003#PhysicalObject INVERSEROLES LOOM
http://rds.posccaesar.org/2008/02/OWL/ISO-15926-2_2003#PhysicalObject ENTITY LOOM
http://rds.posccaesar.org/2008/02/OWL/ISO-15926-2_2003#PhysicalObject RDL LOOM
http://www.limics.fr/ontologies/menelastop/PhysicalObject ONTOPSYCHIA LOOM
http://www.semanticweb.org/ontologies/2008/8/SPO_lightweight_merged.owl#PhysicalObject SPO LOOM
http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/STY/T072 LOINC LOOM
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http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/STY/T072 RO LOOM
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http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/STY/T072 ICD10CM LOOM
http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/STY/T072 AI-RHEUM LOOM
http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/STY/T072 NDFRT LOOM
http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/STY/T072 MSTDE LOOM
http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/STY/T072 MDDB LOOM
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http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/STY/T072 VANDF LOOM
http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/STY/T072 GSSO LOOM
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http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/STY/T072 SNOMEDCT LOOM
http://purl.bioontology.org/ontology/STY/T072 MSTDE-FRE LOOM
http://www.limics.fr/ontologies/menelastop#ObjetPhysique ONTOPARON LOOM
http://www.limics.fr/ontologies/menelastop#ObjetPhysique ONTOPARON_SOCIAL LOOM