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The Semantics of Relationships
A set of semantic relations is created every time a domain modeler wants to solve some complex problem computationally. These relations are usually organized into ontologies. But there is little standardization of ontologies today, and almost no discussion on ways of comparing relations, of determining a general approach to creating relations, or of modeling in general. This chapter outlines an approach to establishing a general methodology for comparing and justifying sets of relations (anddoi:10.1007/978-94-017-0073-3_6 fatcat:ji2p5sxsfjadjjehl2h7jlqdo4