Knowledge and Ontology

About the statements of knowledge see:

  • knowledge
  • DIKW:
    DIKW is data, information, knowledge, wisdom: an information hierarchy where each layer adds certain attributes over and above the previous one. Data is the most basic level; Information adds context; Knowledge adds how to use it; and Wisdom adds when to use it. As such, DIKW is a model that is useful to understanding analysis and the importance and limits of conceptual works. DIKW is used primarily in the fields of Information Science and Knowledge Management.

Ontology and Knowledge? from W3C
An ontology defines the terms used to describe and represent an area of knowledge.

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