RE: Ontology Naming Conventions

Can you give examples of the problems you are having?

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[] On Behalf Of Kevin Jenkins
	Sent: 08 July 2009 17:58
	Subject: Ontology Naming Conventions



	I'm working on an IT company, people and products ontology that
is very large.  I'm running into problems with naming properties because
it is difficult to not reuse the same names.  As a result, the names are
getting very long.  I was wondering if anybody would be so kind as to
point me in the direction of some ontologies that use longer names but
are still considered to be well structured and intelligent.  I need some
inspiration.  Many thanks!  Regards, Kevin.


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