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Sigma KEE - SelfConnectedObject
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self connected object
A SelfConnectedObject is any Object that does not consist of two or more disconnected parts.
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Parents object Corresponds roughly to the class of ordinary objects. Examples include normal physical objects, geographical regions, and locations of Processes, the complement of Objects in the Physical class. In a 4D ontology, an Object is something whose spatiotemporal extent is thought of as dividing into spatial parts roughly parallel to the time-axis.
Children body of waterA BodyOfWater is a connected body of water with established boundaries marked by either geographical features or conventional borders.
 corpuscular objectA SelfConnectedObject whose parts have properties that are not shared by the whole.
 FoodFood that is fit for Humans.
 icebergAn Iceberg is a large chunk of ice that has broken off from a glacier and fallen into the sea. The larger part of an Iceberg floats underwater.
 meatAny food which was originally part of an Animal and is not ingested by drinking, including eggs and animal blood that is eaten as food. Note that this class covers both raw meat and meat that has been prepared in some way, e.g. by cooking. Note too that preparations involving Meat and FruitOrVegetable are classed directly under Food.
 OrganicThingA SelfConnectedObject that is produced by a non-intentional process from an Organism. Note that this refers only to the primary cause. That is, a PlantAgriculturalProduct is firstly produced by a Plant, and only secondarily by a Human that is tending the plant.
 rampRamp is the class of SelfConnectedObjects that are inclined planes used for moving objects from one level to another, especially used for wheeled vehicles and people who cannot climb stairs.
 ship containerShipContainer is the class of specialized large containers designed for shipping goods aboard ContainerShips.
 substanceAn Object in which every part is similar to every other in every relevant respect. More precisely, something is a Substance when it has only arbitrary pieces as parts - any parts have properties which are similar to those of the whole. Note that a Substance may nonetheless have physical properties that vary. For example, the temperature, chemical constitution, density, etc. may change from one part to another. An example would be a body of water.
 transitwayTransitway is the broadest class of regions which may be passed through as a path in instances of Translocation. Transitway includes land, air, and sea regions, and it includes both natural and artificial transitways.


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