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From the Wikipedia:

In computer science and artificial intelligence, ontology languages are formal languages used to construct ontologies. They allow the encoding of knowledge about specific domains and often include reasoning rules that support the processing of that knowledge. Ontology languages are usually declarative languages, are almost always generalizations of frame languages, and are commonly based on either first-order logic or on description logic.


Me, what about this yours truly? Might you wonder. Well, I was born from within the fields of the Philosophy, then landed onto the Logic stuff... And now? Well, ehem, now, you say?

Now I am just kind of a declarative programmer, in a managerial role. Just another bored dream-rabbit, my dearest.
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