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loading_files_and_ros_packages [2012/12/01 10:44]
tenorth [Loading OWL/Prolog files in ROS packages]
loading_files_and_ros_packages [2013/02/12 17:41]
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 ====== Loading files and ROS packages ====== ====== Loading files and ROS packages ======
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 There are different ways how OWL and Prolog files can be loaded. For testing purposes, one can load single files. For deployment, one usually wants to set up a ROS package in such a way that all related files are automatically loaded. Both alternatives will be explained below. There are different ways how OWL and Prolog files can be loaded. For testing purposes, one can load single files. For deployment, one usually wants to set up a ROS package in such a way that all related files are automatically loaded. Both alternatives will be explained below.
  
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 At some point, you may want to create OWL files. This can be done with the predicates in the '​owl_export'​ module in the '​knowrob_common'​ package: At some point, you may want to create OWL files. This can be done with the predicates in the '​owl_export'​ module in the '​knowrob_common'​ package:
  
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  % Export the perception of an object to an OWL file  % Export the perception of an object to an OWL file
  ​export_object(knowrob:'​Drawer1',​ '​path/​to/​object.owl'​).  ​export_object(knowrob:'​Drawer1',​ '​path/​to/​object.owl'​).