provo expand diagram
authorTim L <>
Sun, 25 Nov 2012 13:26:09 -0500
changeset 4982 3cb4f22e44c9
parent 4981 89f28c9d5500
child 4983 4fa98e0a0f07
provo expand diagram
--- a/ontology/prov-o-html-sections/	Sun Nov 25 13:22:48 2012 -0500
+++ b/ontology/prov-o-html-sections/	Sun Nov 25 13:26:09 2012 -0500
@@ -79,6 +79,7 @@
       Similar to how Activities have start and end times, an Entity may be bound by points in time for which it was generated or is no longer usable. 
 The properties <a href="#generatedAtTime" class="qname">prov:generatedAtTime</a> and <a href="#invalidatedAtTime" class="qname">prov:invalidatedAtTime</a> can be used to bound the starting and ending moments of an Entity's existence. The Activities that led to the generation or invalidation of an Entity can be provided using <span class="repeated">prov:wasGeneratedBy</span> and <a href="#wasInvalidatedBy" class="qname">prov:wasInvalidatedBy</a>, respectively. 
 <a href="#generated" class="qname">prov:generated</a> and <a href="#invalidated" class="qname">prov:invalidated</a> are the inverses of <span class="repeated">prov:wasGeneratedBy</span> and <span class="repeated">prov:wasInvalidatedBy</span>, respectively, and are defined to facilitate Activity-as-subject as well as Entity-as-subject descriptions. 
+      For more about inverses, see the non-normative <a href="#names-of-inverse-properties">Appendix B</a>.
       <p>The <strong>fifth</strong> category of expanded terms describes the lifetime of an Activity beyond its start and end times and predecessor Activities.