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RE: [ontac-forum] ISO 15926 and BFO

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From: "West, Matthew R SIPC-DFD/321" <matthew.west@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 20 Nov 2005 10:05:38 -0000
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Dear Sir,
ISO 15926 has a number of parts. Part 2 is an upper ontology that has nothing in it specific to Oil and Gas Production facilities. Part 2 has 201 entity types (classes and relations).


Matthew West
Reference Data Architecture and Standards Manager
Shell International Petroleum Company Limited
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Subject: [ontac-forum] ISO 15926 and BFO

ISO 15926 is an ontology developed to be an ontology about Gas and Oil Production facilities. 
Is there a subset of this that has all Gas and Oil Production concepts removed.  If so, or it not, what might be the size of the set of concepts.
What is the set of the set of concepts in BFO?

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