The Term Definition Operators of Ontolingua and of the Conceptual Graph Formalism: a Comparison

@inproceedings{Mineau1993TheTD,
  title={The Term Definition Operators of Ontolingua and of the Conceptual Graph Formalism: a Comparison},
  author={Guy W. Mineau},
  booktitle={ICCS},
  year={1993}
}
An ontology of a domain can be described as the set of the basic elements pertaining to the description of the domain. These basic elements are called the primitive terms of the domain, and from them, any other object in the domain can be described. In simpler terms, an ontology is both the vocabulary of the domain and a set of knowledge formation operators which allow the vocabulary to be expanded, and which control how the objects of the domain could be represented from this vocabulary. The… CONTINUE READING