1. The Need for a Prescriptive Ontology

    A great deal of effort is invested in universities, research labs and companies to create prescriptive ontologies. Just think about large-scale project such as Cyc/OpenCyc or smaller projects build around OWL. I use the term “prescriptive” to emphasize the fact that ontologies are usually defined in a hard-coded and formal manner. Let’s use the “Hotel” type, [...]
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