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I am trying to wrap my head around ontologies and their related counterparts (RDF, OWL, etc.). My understanding is that an ontology, at the end of the day, really boils down to some database storing … objects/entries, where each entry has a set of known attributes as well as relationships to other entries. If that's true, I'd imagine ontologies lend themselves as perfect candidates for NOSQL …
asked Jun 16 '15 by smeeb