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Re: [oor-forum] Language, encoding and ontology of OOR messages

To: OpenOntologyRepository-discussion <oor-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
From: Cameron Ross <cross@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2010 18:28:08 -0400
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I'd like to restrict my proposal outline here: http://ontolog.cim3.net/forum/oor-forum/2010-09/msg00031.html to the KnowledgeBase component within Ken's proposed architecture, as this is where I had envisioned using it.  The following are quotes from earlier in this thread: 

> As I see it, there are really just two (maybe three) 
> operations for a knowledge base (and maybe 
> some optional parameters) - "ask" and "tell" (maybe
> "untell" if you don't want to implement a direct 
> contradiction as retraction).  Just about anything else 
> starts to move portions of the language into the interface.

> The ontology of the message is usually determined 
> by which method is being invoked.

Do these two statements not reflect two different philosophies for designing the KnowledgeBase interface?  If so, then we should discuss the prose and cons of each.


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