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Automatic Grounding of Vague Geographic Ontology in Data

By Allan Third, On Bennett and David Mallenby


In constructing an ontological theory of a domain such as geography, it is important not only to take account of the vagueness and ambiguity which is inherent in many of the relevant concepts, but also to be able to relate the high-level definitions of the theory to actual sets of data of varying kinds. Any attempt to ignore or remove vaguenes

Year: 2013
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