The SEAS Zone Lighting ontology describes light sources and illuminable zones.
Light sources and light source devices (subclass of seas:Device) may seas:illuminates illuminable zones (subclass of seas:Zones), while illuminable systems may transmit light to other illuminable zones (property seas:transmitsLightTo)
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The class of zones in which one may measure/effect luminosity, and perceive brightness.
Illuminable zones include the exterior, rooms, skylight systems.
There is no particular assumption about how the light is transmitted in an illuminable zone. Meaning: the luminosity may be non homogeneous in an illuminable zone.
The class of zones frontiers on which one may measure/effect luminosity, and perceive brightness.
Illuminable zones are surfaces such as walls, tables, sheer curtains, mirrors, window.
Light may be reflected, absorbed, and transmitted by illuminable zone frontiers.
The class of devices that are capable of producing light.
The class of devices that are capable of generating evaluations of the luminosity in a zone.
The class of systems that are capable of producing light.
The class of connections between illuminable zones, through which light can be transmitted.
Examples of light transmission system connections include glasses, tinted glasses, one-way mirrors.
sub class of: ZoneConnection
The colour of a light source.
The subject light system may illuminate the object light system.
The light reflection at an illuminable zone frontier.
The light transmission through an illuminable zone frontier.
The luminosity at an illuminable zone frontier.
Qualifies the refractive indice of an illuminable zone.
Links an light source to another light source that contributes to it.
The subject illuminable zone transmits light to the object illuminable zone.
This property may be qualified by class seas:LightTransmissionSystemConnection.
To account for one-way mirrors, this property is not symmetric.