Note that if you annotate MediaWiki category A with [[category:B]], you make category A a subclass of category B. SMW's semantic queries for items in category B will find items in category A, and SMW's RDF export will export this subcategory relationship as rdfs:subClassOf. So this property is redundant for categories.
See the talk page of Property:is a.
"'Human being' is a subclass of 'animal'" means: the set of individual human beings is a subset of the set of individual animals. If 'human being' is used for 'human species' and 'animal' for set of animal species, we would have "'Human being' is an instance of 'animal'".
The following looks for the "subclass of" relationship in category pages. You get more features by saying one category is a subcategory of the other.
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