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Re: [ontolog-forum] holonomy

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From: paola.dimaio@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Sun, 1 Mar 2009 19:38:32 +0000
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Thanks a lot 

As the presentation was referring  to ontology construction, the word may
have been holonymy which is the reverse relation for meronymy (part/whole)
and it is used in many ontologies and semantic lexicons(as in WordNet) as
a conceptual/lexical relation

i could only find indirect reference to holonomy being  a lexical relation

but as the slides are referring to some geographical information in the
tables too there is another probability that the word has been holonomy
which is a term used in geography and you can find some simple description
on it at

wow, I had missed that totally, thanks

looks like a case of possible synonymy

so it may be a domain-specific lexical relation.
Mehrnoush shamsfard

> At a recent presentation
> http://tango.byu.edu/presentations/ASWC08.LynnEmbley.ppt
>  the relator mentioned the word 'holonomy, I think commenting parts of
> the
> diagram structure at the bottom of slides 11 and12
> I think the term relates to holarchy as in
> http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=997719
> However in the lexical relations literature, namely Lyons (1977) , Cruse
> (1986) I could not find a reference to holonomy,
> but I did find cursory references to holonomy or holonimy in web searches
> as
> being lexical relations
> does anyone have the right citation for when holonomy was acknowledge in
> literature as being added to list of lexical relations?
> thanks

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