|From:||"Godfrey Rust" <godfrey.rust@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Thu, 14 Aug 2008 23:14:55 +0100|
> Eswaran Subrahmanian observed that by the time you have finished
> formulating the complete ontology for a domain, you will have to begin
> again to repair the ontology to match the changes in the accepted wisdom
> since you began developing the formulation, and then you can deal with
> the changes in the domains it touches on.
> The problem seems to lie in two areas:
> - How much axiomatization is enough to be 'widely useful'?
> - Useful to whom?
I think these two may amount to the same thing - "how widely" depends on the answer to "to whom".
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