Semantology as Basis for Conceptual Knowledge Processing

@inproceedings{Eklund2007SemantologyAB,
  title={Semantology as Basis for Conceptual Knowledge Processing},
  author={Peter W. Eklund and Rudolf Wille},
  booktitle={ICFCA},
  year={2007}
}
Semantology has been introduced as the theory of semantic structures and their connections which, in particular, covers the methodology of activating semantic structures for representing conceptual knowledge. It is the main aim of this paper to explain and demonstrate that semantic structures are in fact basic for conceptual knowledge processing which comprises activities such as representing, infering, acquiring, and communicating conceptual knowledge.