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[protege-owl] Similarity at OWL

Thomas Russ tar at ISI.EDU
Wed Jan 30 18:43:56 PST 2008


On Jan 30, 2008, at 6:02 PM, Anjum Sheikh wrote:

> Dear Sir
>
> I need your advice .in this context, i have one question.
> How many Ontologies  do i need....if i have
> list of items
> categorisation of those items
> cultures/faith

You only need one.

But you can have more than one if you find it convenient.
It's a matter of how you want to design things and what you
intend to do with the ontologies.

>
> KInd Regards
>
> Thomas Russ <tar at ISI.EDU> wrote:
>
> On Dec 14, 2007, at 3:36 PM, Andrzej Sobczak (poczta.fm) wrote:
>
> > Dear All,
> >
> > I have two classes:
> > Class A (for example this could be lorry),
> > Class B (for example this could be truck),
> >
> > How can modeling the informatin in Protege 3.4 that Class A has
> > exactly the
> > same meaning like Class B?
>
> Make them equivalent classes.
>
> The easiest way to do this in Protege is to make each one a subclass
> of the other.
>
> But if you are trying to model different words which describe the
> same concept, it is usually better to do this by attaching the words
> to the same concept using properties instead of having separate
> classes. This will also be needed if you ever want to have the same
> word associated with different classes, for example (river) bank,
> (financial) bank and (vehicle/airplane) bank.
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> Anjum Sheikh
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