At 12:12 PM 6/11/2007, you wrote:
>Charles D Turnitsa wrote:
> > The distinction I came up with (that seems to work pretty well,
> > heuristically) is the distinction between an object and a process.
> > ... the difference is this
> > - an object is something that exists that has a continuing identity.
> > A process is something that occurs that provides change to objects.
>In my philosophy:
> An Event occurs, but is usually considered to be evanescent, although its
>effects may well not be. But a Process is almost always temporally
>over some period of time, and in particular over the time of a query over the
>relevant knowledge base. (01)
Can you give a few concrete examples of each? (02)
> Further, a static Relationship may be as continuant
>as the participating object. (03)
There are occurrent relations (kicks, kisses) and continuant
relations (hates, loves). (04)
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