# Difference between revisions of "Edu:Type"

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+ | * "Type" for the same reason that the term "set". A type in ontology modeling is a mathematical notion typically expressed at the meta-level (language). With this meaning, it should not be a term for ontological modeling. | ||

+ | ** (different definition of "type" at the concept level. (entry specification suggested from Richard D.) | ||

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+ | * In BFO2.0 'Type' is Synonymous with [[Synonym::Edu:Universal]] (See pg. 1 [ [[TermlistReferences#arpetal2015|Arp et al., 2015]] ]) | ||

[[Category:Term|Term]] | [[Category:Term|Term]] |

## Latest revision as of 22:48, 15 January 2020

## Type

** Commentary **

- "Type" for the same reason that the term "set". A type in ontology modeling is a mathematical notion typically expressed at the meta-level (language). With this meaning, it should not be a term for ontological modeling.
- (different definition of "type" at the concept level. (entry specification suggested from Richard D.)

- In BFO2.0 'Type' is Synonymous with Edu:Universal (See pg. 1 [ Arp et al., 2015 ])