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dpvcg-ISSUE-34: Is the ontology actually modular? Can its individual 'components' be reused?

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dpvcg-ISSUE-34: Is the ontology actually modular? Can its individual 'components' be reused?

https://www.w3.org/community/dpvcg/track/issues/34

Raised by: Harshvardhan Pandit
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Description: "(was asked in context of SEMANTiCS poster) If an adopter wished to only use a certain category of terms, e.g. purposes, can they currently do so without importing the entire OWL2 ontology?
The discussion veered towards defining each 'module' as a separate ontology, and using owl:import to bind them together in the 'base' ontology, similar to what SPECIAL does with its vocabularies."

Reporter: Harsh

Notes: we have them now in separate files, but in spearate namespaces, is that enough? It is by intention, we also wrote that in the paper. bring that paragraph from the ODBASE paper into the spec.
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