Relation sumo#contains_information (sumo#content_bearing_object,sumo#proposition)  relates a content_bearing_object to the proposition it expresses; examples include the relationships between a physical novel and its story and between a printed score and its musical content
  type:  pm#binary_predicate_type  the class of predicates relating two items - its valence is two
  type:  pm#asymmetric_relation_type  an antisymmetric and irreflexive relation
  supertype:  pm#asymmetric_relation (?,?)  this category only serves structuration purposes: it is instance of pm#asymmetric_relation_type which is not instance of pm#class_of_inheritable_relation_type
     supertype:  pm#irreflexive_relation__irreflexiverelation (?,?)  this category only serves structuration purposes: it is instance of pm#irreflexive_relation_type which is not instance of pm#class_of_inheritable_relation_type
        supertype:  pm#binary_relation_with_particular_mathematical_property (?,?)
           supertype:  pm#relation_with_particular_mathematical_property (*)
              supertype:  pm#relation_with_particular_property (*)  this rather fuzzy type permits to group categorization schemes less common than those covered by the previous sibling categories
                 supertype:  pm#relation__related_thing__relatedthing___related_with (*)  type for any relation (unary, binary, ..., *-ary) and instance of pm#relation_type
     supertype:  pm#antisymmetric_relation__antisymmetricrelation (?,?)  this category only serves structuration purposes: it is instance of pm#antisymmetric_relation_type which is not instance of pm#class_of_inheritable_relation_type
        supertype:  pm#binary_relation_with_particular_mathematical_property (?,?)
  supertype:  sumo#represents (?,?)  the 1st argument in some way indicates, expresses, connotes, pictures, describes ... the 2nd argument
     supertype:  sumo#refers (?,?)  the 1st argument mentions or includes a reference to the 2nd argument, e.g., an article whose topic is a recent change in the price of oil may refer to many other things, e.g., the general state of the economy, the weather in California, the prospect of global warming, the options for alternative energy sources, the stock prices of various oil companies, etc.
        supertype:  dc#Relation (?,?)  to specify a reference to a related resource; in WebKB, pm#relation or MORE PRECISE RELATION TYPES SHOULD BE USED INSTEAD
           supertype:  pm#binary_relation (?,?)  in WebKB, most relation types are binary and some have a variable number of arguments (as in KIF), hence this type is currently only specialized by types that I do not want to see as direct subtypes of pm#relation
              supertype:  pm#relation_with_particular_property (*)  this rather fuzzy type permits to group categorization schemes less common than those covered by the previous sibling categories


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