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Re: [Gzz] RE: [ba-ohs-talk] Fenfire, RDF (re "Towards aStandardGraph-Based...")

Title: Re: [Gzz]  RE: [ba-ohs-talk] Fenfire, RDF (re "Towards a StandardGraph-Based...")
Couldn't most of this be said about *any* knowledge representation system written in an OO language? If I write a Java class called 'Concept', it incorporates OO semantics, (inheritance, encapsulation and polymorphic language mechanisms). If I give it an attribute 'name' with accessor methods, I've added a higher order cognitive construct...


Adding “meat” to an object like a ‘name’ with accessor methods is going vertical with domain specific details. “Context” extends horizontal concepts that comprise general systems theory. The animated illustration provides explanation.