equivalent content instance (equivalentContentInstance)
A BinaryPredicate relating two
instances of ContentBearingObject. (equivalentContentInstance
obj1 obj2) means that the content expressed by obj1 is identical to
the content expressed by obj2. An example would be the relationship
between a handwritten draft of a letter to one's lawyer and a typed
copy of the same letter. Note that (equivalentContentInstance obj1
obj2) implies (subsumesContentInstance obj1 obj2) and
(subsumesContentInstance obj2 obj2).
SUMO / BASE-ONTOLOGY
equivalent content class
related internal concept
equivalentContentInstance(content bearing object, content bearing object)
Related WordNet synsets
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- in a synonymous manner; "the two terms are used synonymously"
equivalent content instance is internally related to equivalent content class.
(relatedInternalConcept equivalentContentInstance equivalentContentClass)
obj1 subsumes the content of obj2 and obj2 subsumes the content of obj1 if and only if obj1 is equivalent to obj2.
(subsumesContentInstance ?OBJ1 ?OBJ2)
(subsumesContentInstance ?OBJ2 ?OBJ1))
(equivalentContentInstance ?OBJ1 ?OBJ2))
realization is internally related to equivalent content instance.
(relatedInternalConcept realization equivalentContentInstance)