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 be first domain of be second domain of documentation have axiom be third domain of is a kind of is an instance of Subject EnergyMeasure rangeSubclass SubtractionFn A FunctionQuantity is a Function that maps from one or more instances of ConstantQuantity to another instance of ConstantQuantity. For example, the velocity of a particle would be represented by a FunctionQuantity mapping values of time (which are ConstantQuantities) to values of distance (also ConstantQuantities). Note that all instances of FunctionQuantity are Functions with a fixed arity. Note too that all elements of the range of a FunctionQuantity have the same physical dimension as the FunctionQuantity itself `(<=> (instance ?ABS Abstract) (not (exists (?POINT) (or (located ?ABS ?POINT) (existant ?ABS ?POINT)))))` domainSubclass FunctionQuantity UnitOfMeasure SubtractionFn MeasureFn A standard of measurement for some dimension. For example, the Meter is a UnitOfMeasure for the dimension of length, as is the Inch. There is no intrisic property of a UnitOfMeasure that makes it primitive or fundamental; rather, a system-of-units (e.g. SystemeInternationalUnit) defines a set of orthogonal dimensions and assigns units for each `(=> (and (instance ?REL RelationExtendedToQuantities) (instance ?REL BinaryRelation) (instance ?NUMBER1 RealNumber) (instance ?NUMBER2 RealNumber) (holds ?REL ?NUMBER1 ?NUMBER2)) (forall (?UNIT) (=> (instance ?UNIT UnitOfMeasure) (holds ?REL (MeasureFn ?NUMBER1 ?UNIT) (MeasureFn ?NUMBER2 ?UNIT)))))` PhysicalQuantity Calorie SubtractionFn MeasureFn A Calorie is an EnergyMeasure `(equal (MeasureFn ?NUMBER Calorie) (MeasureFn (MultiplicationFn ?NUMBER 4.1868) Joule))` domainSubclass UnitOfMeasure

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