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bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31

 No term available

 The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia

bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31

 No term available

 The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31     •     Categories: Ontology (information science)

  Soft ontology

The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia

bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31

 No term available

 The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia

bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31

 No term available

 The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia

bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31

 No term available

 The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia

bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31

 No term available

 The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia

bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31

 No term available

 The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia

bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31

 No term available

 The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia

bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31

 No term available

 The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia

bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31

 No term available

 The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia

bn:03853592n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2018/08/31

 No term available

 The term "soft ontology", coined by Eli Hirsch in 1993, refers to the embracing or reconciling of apparent ontological differences, by means of relevant distinctions and contextual analyses. Wikipedia


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