Ontologie : Urbanités

élément : Term_EN_Class

rdf:ID : Terminology_box

rdfs:label : Terminology Box

In Computer Science, a TBox is a "terminological component" —a vocabulary associated with a set of facts ABox.

The terms ABox and TBox are used to describe two different types of statements in ontologies. TBox statements describe a system in terms of controlled vocabularies, for example, a set of classes and properties. ABox are TBox-compliant statements about that vocabulary.

TBox statements tend to be more definitional in nature such as a dictionary of words.

TBox statements are sometimes associated with object-oriented classes and ABox statements associated with instances of those classes.

Together ABox and TBox statements make up a knowledge base.

image/svg+xml Conception : Henry Boccon-Gibod Terme Anglo-Saxon c Notion du domaine des technologies de l'information c source Wikipedia D http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tbox rdf:type P Notion du domaine des technologies de l'information voir aussi S Web Ontology Language Diagramme de classes Assertion box Description Logic Abox a pour acronyme P Tbox Terminology Box