188.8.131.52 A Collection of Generalizations
Take the following examples:
• “Bush is the previous president of the United States of America.”
• “Obama is the current president of the United States of America.”
In this case the specification and relation are the same but the generalizations are different. Because “Bush” and “Obama” have something in common, these generalizations can be combined.
This we call a collection of generalizations or a generalization collection.