|Date:||Sat, 18 Aug 2007 19:55:43 +0100|
MW: I would express this as being "not wrong" rather than "right". By which I mean that it is (generally) a bigger problem if an ontology contains a statement that is incorrect, than that it omits one that is correct.
MW: I know this as Enterprise Architecture, which is all about engineering the changes in an enterprise including it supporting informatoin systems as one whole system.
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