Representation of Concepts as Frames

@inproceedings{Petersen2007RepresentationOC,
  title={Representation of Concepts as Frames},
  author={W. Petersen},
  year={2007}
}
Concepts can be represented as frames, i.e., recursive attribute-value structures. Frames assign unique values to attributes. Concepts can be classified into four groups with respect to both relationality and referential uniqueness: sortal, individual, proper relational, and functional concepts. The paper defines frames as directed graphs with labeled nodes and arcs and it discusses the graph structures of frames for sortal and relational concepts. It aims at a classification of frame graphs… CONTINUE READING
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