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[ontolog-forum] Ontology vs OWL implementation

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From: "Cati Martínez" <catiux@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 30 Apr 2008 20:21:11 +0200
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Hello,    (01)

I'm new in the Ontology world, and maybe it has been already
discussed, I'm asking me the question if everything implemented in the
OWL language can be considered an Ontology. I guess that it's not so,
but it is difficult for me to say when we can say that it is or not.    (02)

I'm modelling with OWL some information structure, so OWL is used to
define the components and relations to these components that compose
this concrete information structure. Could it be considered an
Ontology, or only a set of constraints on a data structure?    (03)

Thank you. Regards    (04)

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