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Bug #2627

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Nominal concepts should not overlap Weakley concepts

Added by Michael Lee over 16 years ago. Updated over 16 years ago.

Status:
Closed
Priority:
Immediate
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Category:
atlas
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Start date:
10/27/2006
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% Done:

0%

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Bugzilla-Id:
2627

Description

Continuing on the Sporobolus pinetorum example, there are some problems determining and mapping nominals where the mapping of a specific concept to Weakley involves an overlaps (|) relationship. Because Weakley has the relationship S. pinetorum Weakley | S. teretifolius RAB, the nominal is displayed as S. pinetorum Weakley | S. teretifolius nominal, but in as much as nominals are supposed to be the largest possible interpretation, the relationship should be Weakley < S. teretifolius nominal.

Actions #1

Updated by Michael Lee over 16 years ago

This bug is originally from "other ideas and observations from Peet and Weakley"

Actions #2

Updated by Xianhua Liu over 16 years ago

The relationship of Weakley's concept to a nominal concept is inferred based on all possible relationships to the concepts using the same name. Since there is only one relationship: S. pinetorum Weakley | S. teretifolius RAB, the most precise inferring result we can make is S. pinetorum Weakley | S. teretifolius nominal. What do you think?

Actions #3

Updated by Robert Peet over 16 years ago

I reiterate that I think the definition of the nominal concept should be that concept that includes all the other concepts that are linked to the name in question. Thus, a nominal can never overlap with any other concept that is based on the same name.

Actions #4

Updated by Xianhua Liu over 16 years ago

fixed

Actions #5

Updated by Robert Peet over 16 years ago

verified fixed

Actions #6

Updated by Redmine Admin almost 10 years ago

Original Bugzilla ID was 2627

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