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Elements of Ontologies

Abstract

After the paragraphs on concept formation (chapter 1), the overview of the various implementations of business ontologies (chapter 2), and the potential of ontologies (chapter 3), it is now time to focus on the characteristic elements of an ontology.

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Inference Rule Description Logic Order Logic Markup Language Ontology Development 
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