|From:||"Александр Шкотин" <alex.shkotin@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Thu, 1 May 2008 16:40:17 +0400|
The ontology is a formal description of some part of Universe (including small parts of some minds, so named "concepts";)
Otherwise why do we need it?
How correct is this description that is the only question for user.
«Formal», as the more mathematics - the better (ask Imm. Kant why;), other reason is that computer is a calculator.
OWL-DL has clear math behind:). And that is a good step forward in the old good area of knowledge bases (i.e. knowledge inside calc;)
PS sometimes to describe concepts in some mind is much more difficult than subject;)
2008/5/1 Azamat <abdoul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
Nice posting, Bill.
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