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Ontology


General

  • Ontologically Committed

    Generic
  • Categorical

    Yes

Vertical

  • Parent-arity Type Instance

    Unconstrained
  • Transitivity

    Yes
  • Boundedness Type Instance - Downward

    Bounded
  • Boundedness Type Instance - Fixed Finite Levels

    Not Fixed
  • Boundedness Type Instance - Number of Fixed Levels

    Not applicable
  • Stratification Type Instance

    Not yet assessed
  • Formal Generation - Whole Part - Fusion

    Not yet assessed
  • Formal Generation - Whole Part - Complement

    Not yet assessed
  • Formal Generation - Type Instance - Fusion

    Not yet assessed
  • Formal Generation - Super Sub Type - Fusion

    Not yet assessed
  • Formal Generation - Super Sub Type - Complement

    Not yet assessed
  • Relation Class-ness Type Instance

    Not yet assessed
  • Relation Class-ness Super Sub Type

    Not yet assessed

Horizontal

  • Spacetime

    Not yet assessed
  • Locations

    Not yet assessed
  • Properties

    Not yet assessed
  • Endurants

    Not yet assessed
  • Immaterial

    Not yet assessed

Universal

  • Merelogy

    No
  • Interpenetration

    Not yet assessed
  • Materialism

    Not adopted
  • Possibilia

    Not yet assessed
  • Criteria Of Identity

    Not yet assessed
  • Time

    Not yet assessed
  • Indexicals: Here And Now

    Not yet assessed
  • Higher-arity

    Not yet assessed
  1. Ontology 

  1. Overview 

The Wikidata ontology is a structure of terms derived from taxonomic relations between Wikidata objects --- Wikidata stores stuctured data for Wikimedia projects, esp. Wikipedia. 

  1. Top-level 

For a list of top-level categories in the Wikidata classification: https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:WikiProject_Ontology/Top-level_ontology_list

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Immediate children of ‘entity’ (https://angryloki.github.io/wikidata-graph-builder/) 

  1. Key characteristics 

Wikidata is a generic model. 

  1. Relevant extracts 

The WikiProject Ontology is mainly about reaching deep into the nature of being, becoming, existence, and reality, and applying those insights during Wikidata's maintenance tasks. The more practical aims of the project are: 

- to support a broad semantic interoperability between notable ontologies like DOLCE, BFO, SUMO, Lemon, RDA, etc. 

- to build consensus around the main branches of our core concept tree and how they relate to each other 

- to gain a deep understanding about the meaning of our upper ontology and to transfer this knowledge to others in practical terms 


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