ASEAN's Cooperative Security Enterprise: Norms and Interests by H. Katsumata

By H. Katsumata

ASEANs safeguard Enterprise explores the importance of ASEANs cooperative safety company the questions of no matter if and in what feel this company matters.

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1 Ontology Classification To facilitate the discussion on ontology’s engineering issue, we defined an Ontology of ontologies (O3) [25] that classifies ontologies along few semantic dimensions. , from the rest, such as BioPAX and DCMI [21]. The 40 X. S. L. Oliveira former is defined as instance of o3:Logic and the latter of o3:DomainOntology. Second, we classified ontologies by their physical dependencies. , if the ontology does not import another o3:DomainOntology, it is defined to be an o3:Local.

Org) as our use cases. The reason that BioPAX ontologies are chosen is two-fold. First, BioPAX ontologies exist at three different levels, providing us a retrospective frame on the problem. A detailed analysis of these three BioPAX ontologies will allow us to glimpse at the complexity of ontology development, which, in turn, will help us devise appropriate strategies to cope with them. Second, as the collaborative effort of numerous researchers from a number of institutes, the conceptualizations established in the BioPAX ontologies have become a valuable asset to the community.

To follow the advice of PMOC, the domain of NAME should not be constrained at all. At most, if so desired, it can be constrained to the union of entity and utilityClass – the two top classes of BioPAX ontologies. Such a design would stabilize the NAME’s conceptualization, Ontology Design Principles and Normalization Techniques in the Web 37 which, in turn, would allow the definition be easily shared by all three levels of BioPAX ontologies. 2 Granularity Separation The PMOC, however, should not be taken in a rigid and extreme sense because, otherwise, there should be only top ontologies like Suggested Upper Merged Ontology (SUMO) [16] but nothing else.

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