Prototypes in a Hybrid Language ~fith Primitive Descriptions

  title={Prototypes in a Hybrid Language ~fith Primitive Descriptions},
  author={Enrico Franconi}
ln this paper, the problem of instance recognition within an extended hybrid knowledge representation system is addressed. Structural aspects of concepts are represented at two separate levels, the terminological (using strict definitions) and the prototypical; individuals are expressed in a frame-based assertional component. Primitive descriptions in the terminological language are defined and discussed. The hybrid reasoning mechanism recognizes the type of the individuals with respect to the… CONTINUE READING
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