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Learning, from a Logical Point of View [chapter]

Pablo Noriega
1993 Neuroscience: From Neural Networks to Artificial Intelligence  
This conception allows for many approaches; differences stemming from methodological, technical and teleological commitments.  ...  It was already a well expressed concern in the very first works in the field and has since continued to be present in AI activity, sometimes as a subsidiary part of an area of research in AI, other times  ...  Both kinds of error are undesirable from a practical point of view.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-78102-5_20 fatcat:ev2wfpyqonfcbhvswbjvfdrs3a

Generalized Brownian motion from a logical point of view [article]

Joerg Kampen
2012 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper we provide an exact construction from a logical point of view in a more general situation.  ...  We describe generalized Brownian motion related to parabolic equation systems from a logical point of view, i.e., as a generalization of Anderson's random walk.  ...  From a logical point of view this taste does not matter as does Connes remark that dart play may be better described by his theory (without proof).  ... 
arXiv:1112.4660v3 fatcat:d6iqtjh44bel3hcxpnkzhpvbua

"The logical categories of learning and communication": reconsidered from a polycontextural point of view

Eberhard von Goldammer, Joachim Paul, Monika Silvia Broecker
2007 Kybernetes  
Purpose-Bateson's model of classifying different types of learning will be analyzed from a logical and technical point of view.  ...  Findings-Models based on Bateson's category of learning II differ fundamentally from learning 0 and I. They cannot be modeled any longer on the basis of classical (mono-contextural) logics.  ...  And furthermore one has to ask: b) Why "from an algorithmic point of view" and not from the view of logical types?  ... 
doi:10.1108/03684920710777513 fatcat:ilys5devobelvmocw3h5ix47q4

Aristotelian Syntax from a Computational–Combinatorial Point of View

Klaus Glashoff
2005 Journal of Logic and Computation  
Our research is very much in the spirit of Smiley's and Corcoran's modelling of Aristotelian logic as a deductional system, and we aim to staying close to Aristotle's own termlogical concepts.  ...  Thus we show that Aristotle's syllogistic logic is a formal system of its own, which can be modelled independently of predicate logic and set theory.  ...  Up to now, we have of course did not proved that there is no direct basis with a smaller number of syllogisms; this will be the subject of Section 4.  ... 
doi:10.1093/logcom/exi048 fatcat:4e5szyewlrdtjgsc6cymuof354

Bridges from Language to Logic: Concepts, Contexts and Ontologies

Valeria de Paiva
2011 Electronical Notes in Theoretical Computer Science  
This paper gives a brief overview of the work on translating natural language sentences into logic done at PARC and distills a few simple-minded lessons.  ...  Then we turn our attention to formal logics applicable to systems of contexts and describe some open questions on these systems.  ...  discussion on why using concepts, as subconcepts of given ones in a WordNet/VerbNet ontology is a useful representation tool for natural language semantics, as it allows for natural inference of monotonicity  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.entcs.2011.03.007 fatcat:dmqqacmjlnhxjlun65bxma2koq


E. М. Sventsitskaya, V. I. Vernadsky Taurida National University
It goes out that the prepared idea is separately from work, and work is examined from the point of view of accordance to her.  ...  In addition, the estimation of appropriateness of that or other word looks problematic in the already prepared work from the point of view of "logic of idea".  ... 
doi:10.36059/978-966-397-171-1/93-111 fatcat:ch5mawfam5hvno4yajtan2fknm

Towards Connecting Database Applications to Ontologies

Chimène Fankam, Stéphane Jean, Guy Pierra, Ladjel Bellatreche, Yamine Aït Ameur
2009 2009 First International Confernce on Advances in Databases, Knowledge, and Data Applications  
When it is used, a large amount of semantics of data may be lost during the transformation from the conceptual model to a logical model.  ...  In this paper, we propose an ontology-based approach for designing database applications, and then, for representing explicitly the semantics of data within the database.  ...  different from the point of view of the structure of the resulting models.  ... 
doi:10.1109/dbkda.2009.22 dblp:conf/dbkda/FankamJPBA09 fatcat:z7e74zi7afa6hl6547lz3rcj7e

Modular Ontologies – A Formal Investigation of Semantics and Expressivity [chapter]

Jie Bao, Doina Caragea, Vasant G. Honavar
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
With the growing interest in modular ontology languages to address the need for collaborative development, integration, and use of ontologies on the Web, there is an urgent need for a common framework  ...  for comparing modular ontology language proposals on the basis of criteria such as their semantic soundness and expressive power.  ...  It should also be kept in mind that r ij is always a relation viewed from j's point of view.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11836025_60 fatcat:gxpw2tgvjvcxhjnycvgr3djlqy

Design Ontology Supporting Model-Based Systems Engineering Formalisms

Jinzhi Lu, Junda Ma, Xiaochen Zheng, Guoxin Wang, Han Li, Dimitris Kiritsis
2021 IEEE Systems Journal  
The results demonstrate that the proposed ontology supports the formal structures and descriptive logic of the systems engineering lifecycle.  ...  Therefore, this article presents an ontology based upon graphs, objects, points, properties, roles, and relationships with extensions (GOPPRRE), providing metamodels that support the various MBSE formalisms  ...  The concepts of Language, Graph, Object, Relationship, Point, Role, and Property are generated from the metamodels of SysML specifications through the MetaGraph plugin.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsyst.2021.3106195 fatcat:s2dsvheeojhvro2hh5bvfon5zm

Visual Modeling of Ontology Views for e-Sciences Using XSemantic Nets

R. Rajugan, Elizabeth Chang, Tharam S. Dillon
2007 Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS), Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on  
Conversely, ontology views hold the promise of; (a) provide a manageable portion of a larger ontology for the localized applications and users, (b) enable precise extraction of sub-onlogies of a larger  ...  and materialize such ontology views.  ...  separation of implementation aspects and the conceptual aspects of the ontology views so that there is a clear separation of concerns allowing analysis and design of ontology views to be separated from  ... 
doi:10.1109/cbms.2007.123 dblp:conf/cbms/RajuganCD07 fatcat:qimesb362rakbnsml7rqxom6na

Reconciling Concepts and Relations in Heterogeneous Ontologies [chapter]

Chiara Ghidini, Luciano Serafini
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We provide a semantics of the proposed language and show its main logical properties.  ...  State of the art languages for ontology mapping enable to express semantic relations between homogeneous components of different ontologies, namely they allow to map concepts into concepts, individuals  ...  Bridge rule (7) says that from the point of view of j role A in Ontology i corresponds to its own concept A and R is less general than A.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11762256_7 fatcat:hr47glmsbbhbdobc2br2lcuuri

Ontology-based Query Processing in a Dynamic Data Integration System

Mohammed Mahmudur Rahman
2013 Computer Science and Information Technology  
Necessarily, when we work on data integration, we must take into account a more important and complex concept called "heterogeneity".  ...  We begin by introducing Data integration systems (DIS), Ontologies and other preliminary concepts that will be used throughout the presentation.  ...  a number of issues that are interesting from a theoretical point of view.  ... 
doi:10.13189/csit.2013.010303 fatcat:o4rh7pldqre6tle2khhcf4xnwu

Reference Ontology and (ONTO)2 Agent: The Ontology Yellow Pages

Julio César Arpírez, Asunción Gómez-Pérez, Adolfo Lozano-Tello, Helena Sofia Andrade N. P. Pinto
2000 Knowledge and Information Systems  
To solve the above problems, we present: (1) a living set of features that allow us to characterize ontologies from the user point of view and have the same logical organization; (2) a living domain ontology  ...  Knowledge reuse by means of ontologies faces three important problems at present: (1) there are no standardized identifying features that characterize ontologies from the user point of view; (2) there  ...  We would also like to thank the anonymous reviewers of the ECAI98 workshop on Applications of Ontologies and Problem Solving Methods and KAIS journal anonymous reviewers for their comments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/pl00011649 fatcat:tinaw7fhbzf3vkml5zbpnk5ge4

Survey of modular ontology techniques and their applications in the biomedical domain

Jyotishman Pathak, Thomas M. Johnson, Christopher G. Chute, S.H. Rubin, S.-C. Chen
2009 Integrated Computer-Aided Engineering  
They provide a standard way of representing terms and concepts thereby supporting easy transmission and interpretation of data for various applications.  ...  Toward this end, a growing body of work is emerging in the area of modular ontologies where the emphasis is on either extracting and managing "modules" of an ontology relevant to a particular application  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Jesse Erdmann for his assistance and participation in numerous discussions leading to this work.  ... 
doi:10.3233/ica-2009-0315 pmid:21686030 pmcid:PMC3113511 fatcat:pzy4wpoepndvlhi6jwt3qyurgm

Role of Ontology Training to Software Engineering Students [article]

Arvind W Kiwelekar
2019 arXiv   pre-print
A case for the necessity of ontology training as a means to overcome this problem is presented. The course content for a typical course on ontology is also described in the paper.  ...  Students of software engineering struggle to develop a systems perspective because most of the software engineering methodologies focus on developing a particular aspect of a system.  ...  From the information sci-ence point of view, the term ontology formally specifies con-cepts found in a particular application domain [2] .  ... 
arXiv:1910.07968v1 fatcat:mx2eso46yfdixhsky26gupoya4
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