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orientationdocumentation A general Predicate for indicating how two Objects are oriented with respect to one another. For example, (orientation ?OBJ1 ?OBJ2 North) means that ?OBJ1 is north of ?OBJ2, and (orientation ?OBJ1 ?OBJ2 Vertical) means that ?OBJ1 is positioned vertically with respect to ?OBJ22001-11-30 13:34:53.0
has domain1 Object2001-11-30 13:34:53.0
has domain2 Object2001-11-30 13:34:53.0
has domain3 DirectionAttribute2001-11-30 13:34:53.0
is an instance of SpatialRelation2001-11-30 13:34:53.0
is an instance of TernaryPredicate2001-11-30 13:34:53.0
SpatialRelationhas axiom
(instance ?REL SpatialRelation)
(holds ?REL ?OBJ1 ?OBJ2))
(overlapsTemporally (WhenFn ?OBJ1) (WhenFn ?OBJ2)))
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TernaryPredicatehas axiom
(instance ?REL TernaryPredicate)
(valence ?REL 3))
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Relationis first domain of domain2001-11-30 13:35:10.0
is first domain of domainSubclass2001-11-30 13:35:10.0
is first domain of holds2001-11-30 13:35:10.0
is first domain of subrelation2001-11-30 13:35:10.0
is first domain of valence2001-11-30 13:35:10.0
is second domain of subrelation2001-11-30 13:35:10.0
Predicateis first domain of singleValued2001-11-30 13:35:02.0
Classis third domain of domain2001-11-30 13:33:51.0
is third domain of domainSubclass2001-11-30 13:33:51.0
Abstractis disjoint from Physical2001-11-30 13:33:32.0

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