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Re: [ontolog-forum] Ontology of Commands

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From: Duane Nickull <duane@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 2 May 2012 17:16:22 +0000
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John:    (01)

>Coming from the SOA world, I think a lot of it depends on the context    (02)

>In my view it makes more sense to start with a problem statement.
>... you can only do a semantic or linguistic analysis, once you
>understand what problem is to be solved.    (03)

I strongly agree with both.  For computers and people, any speech
act only makes sense in context.  And the context depends critically
on much more than the immediate surroundings.  The goal or intention
is critical.    (04)

DN: This is probably also further compounded by the fact that each of us
has a different interpretation of the meaning of SOA.  When folks discuss
SOA on this list, it might be useful to use the OASIS Reference Model for
SOA, as a point of reference.  This model does not claim to be
authoritative, it merely offers a point of reference to start from when
explaining your definition of SOA.  Such was the design purpose.    (05)

Duane Nickull    (06)

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t.  @duanechaos    (07)

On 12-04-29 12:16 PM, "John F Sowa" <sowa@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:    (08)

>Bill, Bill, Duane, John, Leo, Hans, Simon, Amanda, and Kevin,
>> What is a ≥command≤ in an ontological sense?
>This raises a very large number of interrelated issues:
>> a command is a kind of speech act.
>Yes.  But it is also very high up in any ontology of speech acts.
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