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In the Semantic Web paradigm, geo-ontologies are closely related to geospatial information communities. Each community comes with its own ontology which is modeled, most frequently, within the framework of description logics. The paper questions a central assumption underlying this approach, namely that communities (and ontologies) are defined by crisp semantic boundaries. The idea of a semantic boundary contrasts sharply with the notion of a community of data producers/consumers thatdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-76292-8_40 dblp:conf/er/Schlieder07 fatcat:lzjwyk66yfbnrkhabn33y2utpq