Informality in Knowledge Exchange

@inproceedings{Lethbridge1998InformalityIK,
  title={Informality in Knowledge Exchange},
  author={Timothy Lethbridge and Doug Skuce},
  year={1998}
}
Currently most knowledge representation languages contain some kind of informality, although this is often not properly appreciated. The following are examples: The mere use of English words as logical symbols results in knowledge bases whose ‘meaning’ is largely grounded in humans’ interpretations of the symbols (e.g. predicate names that are English words). Most KR languages allow some kind of “commentary” knowledge to be integrated. Other KR languages contain primitive elements whose formal… CONTINUE READING

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