Terminological Cycles : Semantics and Computational


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… (More)



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@inproceedings{Nebel1991TerminologicalC, title={Terminological Cycles : Semantics and Computational}, author={B. E. Nebel}, year={1991} }