Doubt regarding object properties in the book 'Ontologies with Python'
In Page 66 of the book 'Ontologies with Python', following example has been used while explaining object properties :
• has_shape: Functional (check the box), domain:
Bacteria, range: Shape
• has_grouping: Nonfunctional (do not check the box),
domain: Bacteria, range: Grouping
• is_shape_of: Nonfunctional, domain: Form, range:
Bacterium, inverse: has_shape
• is_grouping of: Nonfunctional, domain: Grouping,
range: Bacteria, inverse: has_grouping
I do not understand from where we are getting 'Form' as the domain for the object property 'is_shape_of'. Can someone please help me understand this ?