Ontologists, especially neophyte data modelers, often get caught up in the definition of classes, wanting to treat everything as a class. However, there are two types of things that don’t actually fit cleanly into traditional distinctions of class: roles and categorizations. I’m not going to keep the focus of this article on roles, preferring to treat categorizations separately, though they have a lot of overlap.
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