Commit 27ac3eaa authored by Maxime Lefrançois's avatar Maxime Lefrançois
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Better documentation

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......@@ -258,7 +258,7 @@ saref:measuresProperty rdf:type owl:ObjectProperty .
### https://saref.etsi.org/saref4inma/hasCertificate
s4inma:hasCertificate rdf:type owl:DatatypeProperty ;
rdfs:range xsd:string ;
rdfs:comment "The MaterialBatch can contain material quality certificates, for example a NEN 10204:2004 3.1 steel certificate."^^rdfs:Literal ;
rdfs:comment "The MaterialBatch can contain material quality certificates, for example a NEN 10204:2004 3.1 steel certificate."@en ;
rdfs:label "has certificate"@en .
......@@ -325,7 +325,7 @@ s4inma:hasUUIDValue rdf:type owl:DatatypeProperty ;
### https://saref.etsi.org/saref4inma/hasVersion
s4inma:hasVersion rdf:type owl:DatatypeProperty ;
rdfs:comment "An item has a certain revision or version number, whereas a higher number indicates a newer version."^^rdfs:Literal ;
rdfs:comment "An item has a certain revision or version number, whereas a higher number indicates a newer version."@en ;
rdfs:label "has version"@en .
......@@ -431,7 +431,7 @@ s4inma:GTIN14ID rdf:type owl:Class ;
### https://saref.etsi.org/saref4inma/GTIN8ID
s4inma:GTIN8ID rdf:type owl:Class ;
rdfs:subClassOf s4inma:ID ;
rdfs:comment "GTIN-8 (EAN/UCC-8) is an 8-digit number used predominately outside of North America."^^rdfs:Literal ;
rdfs:comment "GTIN-8 (EAN/UCC-8) is an 8-digit number used predominately outside of North America."@en ;
rdfs:label "GTIN18ID"@en .
......@@ -442,14 +442,14 @@ s4inma:ID rdf:type owl:Class ;
owl:onProperty s4inma:hasIDValue ;
owl:someValuesFrom xsd:string
] ;
rdfs:comment "A unique identifier."^^rdfs:Literal ;
rdfs:comment "A unique identifier."@en ;
rdfs:label "Identifier"@en .
### https://saref.etsi.org/saref4inma/IRDI
s4inma:IRDI rdf:type owl:Class ;
rdfs:subClassOf s4inma:ID ;
rdfs:comment "International Registration Data Identifier (IRDI) is based on the international standards ISO/IEC 11179-6, ISO 29002 and ISO 6532 and used in eCl@ss and the Asset Administration Shell as unique identifier."^^rdfs:Literal ;
rdfs:comment "International Registration Data Identifier (IRDI) is based on the international standards ISO/IEC 11179-6, ISO 29002 and ISO 6532 and used in eCl@ss and the Asset Administration Shell as unique identifier."@en ;
rdfs:label "IRDI"@en .
......@@ -490,7 +490,7 @@ s4inma:Item rdf:type owl:Class ;
owl:maxQualifiedCardinality "1"^^xsd:nonNegativeInteger ;
owl:onDataRange xsd:string
] ;
rdfs:comment "A tangible object which can be unique identified, for example, with a GTIN in the form of a barcode/QR/RFID tag. An item product can be the result of the organization's production process (i.e. outflow of objects/goods) or can be uniquely identifiable material (i.e. inflow of objects/supplies). Each item is part of exactly one ItemBatch, whereas each ItemBatch contains only Items which have similar properties. An item can consists of multiple Batches and other Items (i.e. subassemblies)."^^rdfs:Literal ;
rdfs:comment "A tangible object which can be unique identified, for example, with a GTIN in the form of a barcode/QR/RFID tag. An item product can be the result of the organization's production process (i.e. outflow of objects/goods) or can be uniquely identifiable material (i.e. inflow of objects/supplies). Each item is part of exactly one ItemBatch, whereas each ItemBatch contains only Items which have similar properties. An item can consists of multiple Batches and other Items (i.e. subassemblies)."@en ;
rdfs:label "Item"@en .
......@@ -505,7 +505,7 @@ s4inma:ItemBatch rdf:type owl:Class ;
owl:onProperty s4inma:creates ;
owl:allValuesFrom s4inma:Item
] ;
rdfs:comment "A uniform collection of tangible objects which are relevant for the prodcution process. The ItemBatch consists of a set of objects with similar properties (e.g. a certain type of sensors or metal sheets). The difference between ItemBatch and MaterialBatch is that individual items can be traced in a ItemBatch, whereas this is not possible in a MaterialBatch, meaning that, for example, it is possible to trace the individual metal sheet used in a ItemBatch. This implies that the objects in an ItemBatch have an unique identifier (e.g. a GTIN code in the form of a barcode/QR-code or RFID tag)."^^rdfs:Literal ;
rdfs:comment "A uniform collection of tangible objects which are relevant for the prodcution process. The ItemBatch consists of a set of objects with similar properties (e.g. a certain type of sensors or metal sheets). The difference between ItemBatch and MaterialBatch is that individual items can be traced in a ItemBatch, whereas this is not possible in a MaterialBatch, meaning that, for example, it is possible to trace the individual metal sheet used in a ItemBatch. This implies that the objects in an ItemBatch have an unique identifier (e.g. a GTIN code in the form of a barcode/QR-code or RFID tag)."@en ;
rdfs:label "Item Batch"@en .
......@@ -556,7 +556,7 @@ s4inma:MaterialBatch rdf:type owl:Class ;
owl:onProperty s4inma:hasCertificate ;
owl:allValuesFrom xsd:string
] ;
rdfs:comment "A uniform collection of tangible raw material which are relevant for the prodcution process. The MaterialBatch can consists of a set of objects with similar properties (e.g. a certain type of screws) or a stock of homogeen material (e.g. oil, water). The difference between MaterialBatch and ItemBatch is that individual items cannot be traced in a MaterialBatch, whereas this is possible in an ItemBatch, meaning that, for example, it is not possible to trace the individual screw used in a MaterialBatch."^^rdfs:Literal ;
rdfs:comment "A uniform collection of tangible raw material which are relevant for the prodcution process. The MaterialBatch can consists of a set of objects with similar properties (e.g. a certain type of screws) or a stock of homogeen material (e.g. oil, water). The difference between MaterialBatch and ItemBatch is that individual items cannot be traced in a MaterialBatch, whereas this is possible in an ItemBatch, meaning that, for example, it is not possible to trace the individual screw used in a MaterialBatch."@en ;
rdfs:label "Material Batch"@en .
......@@ -632,7 +632,7 @@ s4inma:ProductionEquipmentCategory rdf:type owl:Class ;
owl:maxQualifiedCardinality "1"^^xsd:nonNegativeInteger ;
owl:onDataRange xsd:string
] ;
rdfs:comment "A ProductionEquipmentCategory represents a certain type of production equipment, which is generally static over time. More concretely, the ProductionEquipmentCategory represents a certain model and brand of a production equipment. Each ProductionEquipmentCategory can have multiple related ProductionEquipment, which represent the actual individual machines. Moreover, each ItemCategory can be produced by multiple ProductionEquipmentCategories."^^rdfs:Literal ;
rdfs:comment "A ProductionEquipmentCategory represents a certain type of production equipment, which is generally static over time. More concretely, the ProductionEquipmentCategory represents a certain model and brand of a production equipment. Each ProductionEquipmentCategory can have multiple related ProductionEquipment, which represent the actual individual machines. Moreover, each ItemCategory can be produced by multiple ProductionEquipmentCategories."@en ;
rdfs:label "Production equipment category"@en .
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