I found this graph on your website. Is there a way to get graphs
like this in relational format, e.g. I would like to import your ISO classes
and so on into my own software. To do that with 201 entities manually
could be very time consuming.
So any format that is machine readable is preferred – I can write
template code once to generate software definitions of the classes, entities
and relationships if a good machine readable version is available.
Rich AT EnglishLogicKernel DOT com
[mailto:ontolog-forum-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Matthew West
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Subject: Re: [ontolog-forum] An Ultra High Level Ontology - ISO15926 &Swat
that Fly in the Ointment
> >We'd need confirmation from Matthew, but I think ISO15926
> >much has this upper structure also.
> Does ISO15926 go deeper than your UHLO?
[MW] ISO 15926 contains some 15000+ classes. The "upper" part
is in the form
of a data model that is about 200 classes.
> Do you have a URL for the ISO15926 which you think is a good
> on its purpose, classes and axioms? It looks like a useful
> spend some time on.
[MW] You can find the data model part of ISO 15926 here as a data
I gave a talk to ontolog a couple of years ago, complete with audio as
introduction and you can find various papers on my personal web-site
You also had a link to the RDL in a recent message.
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