Ontologies are constructed of concepts. A Concept is a Theory of a Category. A Category is a Coarse Label. A Precise Label is Identity. A label is a noun. The ability to assign labels to particular objects is object recognition.

“Ontologies are constructed of concepts. A Concept is a Theory of a Category. A Category is a Coarse Label. A Precise Label is Identity. A label is a noun. The ability to assign labels to particular objects is object recognition.”

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


three × 8 =

Leave a Reply