Hello Matthew, (01)
you're going to have to tell me what the diagram means.
What are the sentences you are referring to? (02)
How do you know that concept X in one data model means the same
as concepy Y in another? (03)
Without axioms, this will get nowhere ... (04)
- michael gruninger (05)
West, Matthew R SIPC-DFD/321 wrote: (06)
> The diagram IS an ontology (symbols standing in relation to one
> another that make a number of sentences). What's more I don't need a
> computer (or understand FOL) to tell me what it means.
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> *Subject:* Re: [uos-convene] Suggestions for structuring the Tu
> Mar 14 meeting
> Why not build an ontology?
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