Algernon Tutorial 2.f
Deleting KB objects

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These exercises and examples use the newspaper project included in the examples folder of your Protege installation.

Macros for creating classes and instances


Deletes a class. The actual behavior of this command is KBMS-specific. This might cause all subclasses and instances to be deleted too, or it may link a subclass with the parent class of this class.


Deletes an instance and all of its slots. If this frame is a value of a relation on another object, most KBMS will remove this frame from those values in order to leave the KB in a consistent state.


Deletes a slot in Protege.

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Author: Micheal Hewett
Last Updated: Monday, June 06, 2005