Terminological Cycles: Semantics and Computational Properties

@inproceedings{Nebel1991TerminologicalCS,
  title={Terminological Cycles: Semantics and Computational Properties},
  author={Bernhard Nebel},
  year={1991}
}
Terminological knowledge representation formalisms are intended to capture the analytic relationships between terms of a vocabulary intended to describe a domain. A term whose deenition refers, either directly or indirectly, to the term itself presents a problem for most terminological representation systems because it is obvious neither whether such a term is meaningful, nor how it could be handled by a knowledge representation system in a satisfying manner. After some examples of intuitively… CONTINUE READING
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