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'''Forthcoming Events'''
 
'''Forthcoming Events'''
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:'''[[Industrial Ontologies Foundry Meeting 2020 | Industrial Ontologies Foundry Meeting]]''', Buffalo, NY, March 5, 2020
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:'''[http://ncorwiki.buffalo.edu/index.php/Enhanced_Object-Based_Production_Conference Enhanced Object Based Production Conference]''', Arlington VA, May 13-14, 2020
  
'''Werner Ceusters talk on "[http://www.referent-tracking.com/RTU/files/ProcessOntologyV13.pdf Are linguistics-based event classifications useful for realism-based process classifications?]"''', Department of Philosophy, 141 Park Hall, University at Buffalo North Campus, noon, Friday, November 10, 2017
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'''Past events'''
  
Abstract: Zeno Vendler distinguished four aspectual classes of verbs:
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:See [http://ncorwiki.buffalo.edu/index.php/Past_Events here]
 
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*states, which are static and do not have an endpoint ("know," "love");
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*activities, which are dynamic and do not have an endpoint ("run," "drive");
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*accomplishments, which have an endpoint and are incremental or gradual ("paint a picture," "build a house"); and
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*achievements, which have an endpoint and occur instantaneously ("recognize," "notice").
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We are trying to develop a more detailed classification of processes in Basic Formal Ontology by analyzing these and other aspectual characteristics of verbs. The latter have been studied by linguists and philosophers of language from a linguistic perspective, thus with a focus on how matters are described. Our focus, in contrast, is on what is the case in reality when different verb aspects are used -- thus providing an ontological perspective.
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'''Ontology Group Meeting''', Jeannette Martin Room, University at Buffalo, 3-5pm, November 20, 2017. Topics for discussion will include
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:1. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIPg2bGJSzE Capabilities in BFO]
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:2. Functions of Organizations in BFO
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:3. Systems Engineering Ontology
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:4. Update on ISO
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For '''past events''' see [http://ncorwiki.buffalo.edu/index.php/Past_Events here]
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Revision as of 14:27, 3 February 2020

Forthcoming Events

Industrial Ontologies Foundry Meeting, Buffalo, NY, March 5, 2020
Enhanced Object Based Production Conference, Arlington VA, May 13-14, 2020

Past events

See here