Coherent Concept

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Coherence, used in the context of ontologies, is a state of logical, consistent connections, a logical framework for integrating diverse elements in an intelligent way. In the sense of a content graph, this means that the right connections (edges or predicates) have been drawn between the object nodes (or content) in the graph.

In ontological usage, coherence embraces aspects of its use in linguistics, philosophy, physics and mathematics:

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