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I just had a look at the ontology and I was a bit surprised that there is no sub-BFO Hierarchy. Fly, Insect and Organism are siblings which strikes me as odd. Is there a reason for this? (Mathias Brochhausen, IFOMIS)
 
I just had a look at the ontology and I was a bit surprised that there is no sub-BFO Hierarchy. Fly, Insect and Organism are siblings which strikes me as odd. Is there a reason for this? (Mathias Brochhausen, IFOMIS)
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By the way is there a chance of getting a owl file (with definitions) in order to work directly on it? Mathias
 
By the way is there a chance of getting a owl file (with definitions) in order to work directly on it? Mathias
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How do you define "pain". Depending on the definition I would not agree that pain is an object. Mathias
 
How do you define "pain". Depending on the definition I would not agree that pain is an object. Mathias

Revision as of 09:42, 19 September 2007

I just had a look at the ontology and I was a bit surprised that there is no sub-BFO Hierarchy. Fly, Insect and Organism are siblings which strikes me as odd. Is there a reason for this? (Mathias Brochhausen, IFOMIS)

By the way is there a chance of getting a owl file (with definitions) in order to work directly on it? Mathias

How do you define "pain". Depending on the definition I would not agree that pain is an object. Mathias

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