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alternative term

influences (processual)


p 'causally upstream or within' q iff (1) the end of p is before the end of q and (2) the execution of p exerts some causal influence over the outputs of q; i.e. if p was abolished or the outputs of p were to be modified, this would necessarily affect q.

editor note

We would like to make this disjoint with 'preceded by', but this is prohibited in OWL2

term editor

Chris Mungall

Property relations