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Terminology or Ontology? A matter of concept


The Digital World is made up of heterogeneous and complex systems, which have to communicate and exchange information. Smart City and the Semantic Web are representative examples of such systems. However, communication and knowledge sharing require agreement on the terms used and their meaning. Terminology and Ontology understood as a vocabulary whose term meaning is in a computer-readable form are the two cornerstones of the Digital World, as long as they follow the international standards
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hal-03134902 , version 1 (08-02-2021)


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Christophe Roche. Terminology or Ontology? A matter of concept. Ontology for Smart City and Smart City System & Standards - IEC SyC Smart Cities - Virtual Workshop, Sep 2020, Pekin, China. ⟨hal-03134902⟩


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