Source code for rdflib.namespace._TIME

from rdflib.term import URIRef
from rdflib.namespace import DefinedNamespace, Namespace


[docs]class TIME(DefinedNamespace): """ OWL-Time Generated from: http://www.w3.org/2006/time# Date: 2020-05-26 14:20:10.531265 """ # http://www.w3.org/2000/01/rdf-schema#Datatype generalDay: URIRef # Day of month - formulated as a text string with a pattern constraint to reproduce the same lexical form as gDay, except that values up to 99 are permitted, in order to support calendars with more than 31 days in a month. Note that the value-space is not defined, so a generic OWL2 processor cannot compute ordering relationships of values of this type. generalMonth: URIRef # Month of year - formulated as a text string with a pattern constraint to reproduce the same lexical form as gMonth, except that values up to 20 are permitted, in order to support calendars with more than 12 months in the year. Note that the value-space is not defined, so a generic OWL2 processor cannot compute ordering relationships of values of this type. generalYear: URIRef # Year number - formulated as a text string with a pattern constraint to reproduce the same lexical form as gYear, but not restricted to values from the Gregorian calendar. Note that the value-space is not defined, so a generic OWL2 processor cannot compute ordering relationships of values of this type. # http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#Class DateTimeDescription: URIRef # Description of date and time structured with separate values for the various elements of a calendar-clock system. The temporal reference system is fixed to Gregorian Calendar, and the range of year, month, day properties restricted to corresponding XML Schema types xsd:gYear, xsd:gMonth and xsd:gDay, respectively. DateTimeInterval: URIRef # DateTimeInterval is a subclass of ProperInterval, defined using the multi-element DateTimeDescription. DayOfWeek: URIRef # The day of week Duration: URIRef # Duration of a temporal extent expressed as a number scaled by a temporal unit DurationDescription: URIRef # Description of temporal extent structured with separate values for the various elements of a calendar-clock system. The temporal reference system is fixed to Gregorian Calendar, and the range of each of the numeric properties is restricted to xsd:decimal GeneralDateTimeDescription: URIRef # Description of date and time structured with separate values for the various elements of a calendar-clock system GeneralDurationDescription: URIRef # Description of temporal extent structured with separate values for the various elements of a calendar-clock system. Instant: URIRef # A temporal entity with zero extent or duration Interval: URIRef # A temporal entity with an extent or duration MonthOfYear: URIRef # The month of the year ProperInterval: URIRef # A temporal entity with non-zero extent or duration, i.e. for which the value of the beginning and end are different TRS: URIRef # A temporal reference system, such as a temporal coordinate system (with an origin, direction, and scale), a calendar-clock combination, or a (possibly hierarchical) ordinal system. This is a stub class, representing the set of all temporal reference systems. TemporalDuration: URIRef # Time extent; duration of a time interval separate from its particular start position TemporalEntity: URIRef # A temporal interval or instant. TemporalPosition: URIRef # A position on a time-line TemporalUnit: URIRef # A standard duration, which provides a scale factor for a time extent, or the granularity or precision for a time position. TimePosition: URIRef # A temporal position described using either a (nominal) value from an ordinal reference system, or a (numeric) value in a temporal coordinate system. TimeZone: URIRef # A Time Zone specifies the amount by which the local time is offset from UTC. A time zone is usually denoted geographically (e.g. Australian Eastern Daylight Time), with a constant value in a given region. The region where it applies and the offset from UTC are specified by a locally recognised governing authority. # http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#DatatypeProperty day: URIRef # Day position in a calendar-clock system. The range of this property is not specified, so can be replaced by any specific representation of a calendar day from any calendar. dayOfYear: URIRef # The number of the day within the year days: URIRef # length of, or element of the length of, a temporal extent expressed in days hasXSDDuration: URIRef # Extent of a temporal entity, expressed using xsd:duration hour: URIRef # Hour position in a calendar-clock system. hours: URIRef # length of, or element of the length of, a temporal extent expressed in hours inXSDDate: URIRef # Position of an instant, expressed using xsd:date inXSDDateTimeStamp: URIRef # Position of an instant, expressed using xsd:dateTimeStamp inXSDgYear: URIRef # Position of an instant, expressed using xsd:gYear inXSDgYearMonth: URIRef # Position of an instant, expressed using xsd:gYearMonth minute: URIRef # Minute position in a calendar-clock system. minutes: URIRef # length, or element of, a temporal extent expressed in minutes month: URIRef # Month position in a calendar-clock system. The range of this property is not specified, so can be replaced by any specific representation of a calendar month from any calendar. months: URIRef # length of, or element of the length of, a temporal extent expressed in months nominalPosition: URIRef # The (nominal) value indicating temporal position in an ordinal reference system numericDuration: URIRef # Value of a temporal extent expressed as a decimal number scaled by a temporal unit numericPosition: URIRef # The (numeric) value indicating position within a temporal coordinate system second: URIRef # Second position in a calendar-clock system. seconds: URIRef # length of, or element of the length of, a temporal extent expressed in seconds week: URIRef # Week number within the year. weeks: URIRef # length of, or element of the length of, a temporal extent expressed in weeks year: URIRef # Year position in a calendar-clock system. The range of this property is not specified, so can be replaced by any specific representation of a calendar year from any calendar. years: URIRef # length of, or element of the length of, a temporal extent expressed in years # http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#DeprecatedClass January: URIRef # January Year: URIRef # Year duration # http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#DeprecatedProperty inXSDDateTime: URIRef # Position of an instant, expressed using xsd:dateTime xsdDateTime: URIRef # Value of DateTimeInterval expressed as a compact value. # http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#FunctionalProperty hasTRS: URIRef # The temporal reference system used by a temporal position or extent description. # http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#ObjectProperty after: URIRef # Gives directionality to time. If a temporal entity T1 is after another temporal entity T2, then the beginning of T1 is after the end of T2. dayOfWeek: URIRef # The day of week, whose value is a member of the class time:DayOfWeek hasBeginning: URIRef # Beginning of a temporal entity. hasDateTimeDescription: URIRef # Value of DateTimeInterval expressed as a structured value. The beginning and end of the interval coincide with the limits of the shortest element in the description. hasDuration: URIRef # Duration of a temporal entity, event or activity, or thing, expressed as a scaled value hasDurationDescription: URIRef # Duration of a temporal entity, expressed using a structured description hasEnd: URIRef # End of a temporal entity. hasTemporalDuration: URIRef # Duration of a temporal entity. hasTime: URIRef # Supports the association of a temporal entity (instant or interval) to any thing inDateTime: URIRef # Position of an instant, expressed using a structured description inTemporalPosition: URIRef # Position of a time instant inTimePosition: URIRef # Position of a time instant expressed as a TimePosition inside: URIRef # An instant that falls inside the interval. It is not intended to include beginnings and ends of intervals. intervalAfter: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalAfter another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is after the end of T2. intervalBefore: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalBefore another proper interval T2, then the end of T1 is before the beginning of T2. intervalContains: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalContains another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is before the beginning of T2, and the end of T1 is after the end of T2. intervalDisjoint: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalDisjoint another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is after the end of T2, or the end of T1 is before the beginning of T2, i.e. the intervals do not overlap in any way, but their ordering relationship is not known. intervalDuring: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalDuring another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is after the beginning of T2, and the end of T1 is before the end of T2. intervalEquals: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalEquals another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is coincident with the beginning of T2, and the end of T1 is coincident with the end of T2. intervalFinishedBy: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalFinishedBy another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is before the beginning of T2, and the end of T1 is coincident with the end of T2. intervalFinishes: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalFinishes another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is after the beginning of T2, and the end of T1 is coincident with the end of T2. intervalIn: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalIn another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is after the beginning of T2 or is coincident with the beginning of T2, and the end of T1 is before the end of T2, or is coincident with the end of T2, except that end of T1 may not be coincident with the end of T2 if the beginning of T1 is coincident with the beginning of T2. intervalMeets: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalMeets another proper interval T2, then the end of T1 is coincident with the beginning of T2. intervalMetBy: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalMetBy another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is coincident with the end of T2. intervalOverlappedBy: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalOverlappedBy another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is after the beginning of T2, the beginning of T1 is before the end of T2, and the end of T1 is after the end of T2. intervalOverlaps: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalOverlaps another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is before the beginning of T2, the end of T1 is after the beginning of T2, and the end of T1 is before the end of T2. intervalStartedBy: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalStarted another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is coincident with the beginning of T2, and the end of T1 is after the end of T2. intervalStarts: URIRef # If a proper interval T1 is intervalStarts another proper interval T2, then the beginning of T1 is coincident with the beginning of T2, and the end of T1 is before the end of T2. monthOfYear: URIRef # The month of the year, whose value is a member of the class time:MonthOfYear timeZone: URIRef # The time zone for clock elements in the temporal position unitType: URIRef # The temporal unit which provides the precision of a date-time value or scale of a temporal extent # http://www.w3.org/2002/07/owl#TransitiveProperty before: URIRef # Gives directionality to time. If a temporal entity T1 is before another temporal entity T2, then the end of T1 is before the beginning of T2. Thus, "before" can be considered to be basic to instants and derived for intervals. # http://www.w3.org/2006/time#DayOfWeek Friday: URIRef # Friday Monday: URIRef # Monday Saturday: URIRef # Saturday Sunday: URIRef # Sunday Thursday: URIRef # Thursday Tuesday: URIRef # Tuesday Wednesday: URIRef # Wednesday # http://www.w3.org/2006/time#TemporalUnit unitDay: URIRef # day unitHour: URIRef # hour unitMinute: URIRef # minute unitMonth: URIRef # month unitSecond: URIRef # second unitWeek: URIRef # week unitYear: URIRef # year _NS = Namespace("http://www.w3.org/2006/time#")