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Ontology

in both computer science and information science is a formal representation of a set of concepts within a domain and the relationships between those conceptsSource: Wikipedia

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ontology

In philosophy, ontology is the study of the nature of being, existence, or reality in general and of its basic categories and their relationsSource: Wikipedia

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Ontology

the study of the nature of being, existence, or reality in general and of its basic categories and their relationsSource: Wikipedia

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Web Ontology Language

a markup language for publishing and sharing data using ontologies on the World Wide WebSource: Wikipedia

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Semantic integration also called Ontology mapping

the process of using business semantics to automate the communication between computer systemsSource: Wikipedia

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Curricula Mapping Ontology

an ontological meta-model for the semantic representation of academic programs and examination regulationsSource: Wikipedia

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Ontology chart

The case study used here to illustrate the transformation process is a slight adaptation of the case used by Bonacin et al 2004Source: Wikipedia

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Guerrilla ontology

a practice described by Robert Anton Wilson as a method of dealing with people with extremely fixed worldviews, such as religious fundamentalists and economic materialistsSource: Wikipedia

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General Formal Ontology

an upper ontology integrating processes and objectsSource: Wikipedia

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Ontology merging

defines the act of bringing together two conceptually divergent ontologies or the instance data associated to two ontologiesSource: Wikipedia

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Ontology alignment

is the process of determining correspondences between conceptsSource: Wikipedia

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Multimedia Web Ontology Language

has been designed to facilitate semantic interactions with multimedia contentsSource: Wikipedia

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Relationism also called to a particular philosophical position on the ontology of fundamental quantities of physics

can refer to a framework of social thought governing political, economic and social behaviourSource: Wikipedia

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Cell Cycle Ontology

- A formal ontology for describing the cell cycle processSource: Wikipedia

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Ontology based data integration

involves the use of ontology(s) to effectively combine data and/or information from multiple heterogeneous sourcesSource: Wikipedia

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Applied Ontology

involves the practical application of ontological conceptsSource: Wikipedia

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Ghost Ontology

a steganographic technique consisting of the application of a privately-shared thesaurus of symbol replacements to an (inconspicuous) document, revealing its "true" intended meaningSource: Wikipedia

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Fundamental ontology

The project of 'fundamental ontology' appeared as a result of Heideggers decision to re-interpret phenomenology, which he had developed earlier in collaboration with his mentor Husserl, using a neat set of ontological categoriesSource: Wikipedia

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Ontology library

Ontology Libraries are storage areas for ontologiesSource: Wikipedia

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WSMO also called Web Service Modeling Ontology is an ontology currently developed to support the deployment and interoperability of Semantic Web Services

working group, part of the ESSI Cluster aligns the research and development efforts in the areas of Semantic Web Services between several European FP6 research projectsSource: Wikipedia

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Meta-ontology

the branch of metaphysics that deals with the nature of ontology and ontological questionsSource: Wikipedia

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Platonic ideal also called Plato's ontology

The phrase Platonic idealism usually refers to Plato's theory of forms or doctrine of ideas, the exact philosophical meaning of which is perhaps one of the most disputed questions in higher academic philosophySource: Wikipedia

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Recapitulation theory also called Ontology recapitulates phylogeny

also called the biogenetic law or embryological parallelism, and often expressed as ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny, was first put forward in 1866 by German zoologist Ernst HaeckelSource: Wikipedia

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