The observation below is in an important one, that ontologies, models etc are
not created and used equally.
Without explicitly considering the Agent/Performer Perspective (the ones that
are Target users),
even the best ontology/model may fail to deliver value. (01)
An example, not all people in an organisation thinks about / address Product
the same way.
Is this best addressed by one ontology on several interlinked?
Not sure which scenario prevails today but Ive seen plenty that seems to
address more than one Perspective. (02)
/anders w. tell (03)
>> Here is a nice explanation of Ontology spectrum..
> I agree that is a good summary of various issues, written by Leo Obrst.
> But in those slides, Leo did not address the issues about context,
> purpose, and competing expectations. Leo's chart of the spectrum
> from "weak semantics" (few axioms) to "strong semantics" (detailed
> axioms) did not mention the problems that arise when people with
> different contexts or purposes make different assumptions. (04)
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