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Sigma KEE - DeviceDamaged
DeviceDamagedbroken, busted

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(contraryAttribute DeviceDamaged DeviceNormal) Mid-level-ontology.kif 27586-27586 DeviceDamaged is the opposite of DeviceNormal
(documentation DeviceDamaged EnglishLanguage "An Attribute stating that the Device has been subjected to a Damaging, and has not had a subsequent succesful Repairing, and cannot function as to its intended hasPurpose. Note that this does not include cosmetic damage that does not change the function of the Object.") Mid-level-ontology.kif 27587-27591
(instance DeviceDamaged InternalAttribute) Mid-level-ontology.kif 27585-27585 DeviceDamaged is an instance of internal attribute


        (attribute ?D DeviceDamaged)
        (hasPurpose ?D ?F))
        (modalAttribute ?F Possibility)))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 27606-27611
    (attribute ?D DeviceDamaged)
    (exists (?DAM)
            (instance ?DAM Damaging)
            (patient ?DAM ?D)
                (exists (?R)
                        (instance ?R Repairing)
                        (patient ?R ?D)
                        (earlier ?D ?R)))))))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 27593-27604


    (instance ?DV DamagedVehicle)
        (instance ?DV Vehicle)
        (attribute ?DV DeviceDamaged)))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28252-28256 An object is an instance of DamagedVehicle if and only if the object is an instance of vehicle and DeviceDamaged is an attribute of the object
        (instance ?DAM Damaging)
        (instance ?OBJ Device)
        (patient ?DAM ?OBJ))
            (WhenFn ?DAM))
        (attribute ?OBJ DeviceDamaged)))
Mid-level-ontology.kif 28238-28246

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