Contrast categorization and aggregation?

QUESTION:

“Contrast categorization and aggregation?”

ANSWER:

In a categorization, an entity that is a member of a category (subclass) must exist in only one of its superclasses. In aggregation, the aggregate (subclass) must contain superclass entities from all SC/sc relationships in which it participates.

 

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