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   * **restrictions on concept** slots (//facets// or //role restrictions//​),​ and   * **restrictions on concept** slots (//facets// or //role restrictions//​),​ and
   * **instances**,​ or concrete examples of classes included.(([[http://​protege.stanford.edu/​publications/​ontology_development/​ontology101.pdf|Noy,​ Natalya F., and Deborah L. Mcguinness. Ontology Development 101: A Guide to Creating Your First Ontology, 2001.]]))   * **instances**,​ or concrete examples of classes included.(([[http://​protege.stanford.edu/​publications/​ontology_development/​ontology101.pdf|Noy,​ Natalya F., and Deborah L. Mcguinness. Ontology Development 101: A Guide to Creating Your First Ontology, 2001.]]))
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-An ontology has the following properties:​(([[http://​books.google.hr/​books?​id=Bp7tSjq0j_MC|Rana,​ Noman. Small Business - The Art of the Start. Self-Help Publishers, 2009.]])) 
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-  * it is used to reason about the objects in a domain; 
-  * specifies the classes of concepts and their relations at a higher level than relevant to the domain; 
-  * captures the intrinsic conceptual structure of a domain; 
-  * forms the hearth of the knowledge representation within a domain. 
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 ===== Why do we need an ontology? ===== ===== Why do we need an ontology? =====
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