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[protege-discussion] Homonym relationships

manjula wijewickrema manjula53 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 9 03:30:04 PDT 2010


Dear Thomas,

Thanks a lot.

Manjula.

On Wed, Sep 8, 2010 at 10:05 PM, Thomas Russ <tar at isi.edu> wrote:

>
> On Sep 7, 2010, at 9:10 PM, manjula wijewickrema wrote:
>
> Hello,
>>
>> In my ontology, I need to give homonym relationships (same word, but have
>> two different meanings) for some selected classes. For example, the word
>> 'Ontology' is given in my knowledge base and it has two different meanings
>> in philosophy and information sciences. So how can I build the homonym
>> reltionships among them usin Protege? (when I quering the word 'Ontology',
>> this both meanings should be given by the system.)
>>
>
> There a couple of ways you could do this.  But one fundamental feature they
> all share is that you have to create a unique ontology object for each of
> the different meanings that you want to have.  So you would have to have two
> different ontology objects for "Ontology", to represent the different
> meanings.
>
> Using separate namespaces with different URNs like Alex Shkotin described
> is one way of setting up different meanings.  Another option would be to use
> your own naming scheme inside a single namespace, say calling the classes
> Ontology_ComputerScience and Ontology_Philosophy.  A third approach would
> use generated names for these items and then annotations to associate human
> readable names.
>
> The second issue is how to associate these different meanings with the
> string "Ontology".  You could do this in several ways, but one common method
> would be to use an AnnotationProperty to associate words with particular
> classes.  You would then do our query over the values of the words on this
> AnnotationProperty.  One nice feature of this structure is that you can then
> have both multiple classes with the same word, and also multiple words for
> each class.
>
>
>
>
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