Perdurant Ontology Using Conceptual Dependency Theory

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Afaf Medani Mohamed
Robert M. Colomb
Abdelgaffar Hamid Ahmed
Rihab Eltayeb Ahmed

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Ontology considered as a back bone of the semantic web technology. It is suggested as a solution to enhance the discovery process. Ontology was divided into two entities, endurant and perdurant. Endurants are entities that wholly present at any time at which they exist. Perdurants are entities that happen in time, which described as event or action. Until now there is no standard tools to represent and develop perdurant. In this paper we examine a new representation of perdurant based on the Conceptual Dependency theory, which concerned with the intentional and contextual connections between events and meaning representation for primitive actions.
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