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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The Knowledge Agent Mediation Language (KNAML) is designed for use in multi-agent reasoning systems. Like conceptual graphs, KNAML represents knowledge using concepts, relations, and graphs. Concepts and relations are linked to form graphs, and graphs may be nested within other graphs. Additional constructs are used to support distributed reasoning and ontological concision. KNAML treats ontologies as knowledge domains that happen to be of the ontology domain. It uses an ontology of ontologiesdoi:10.1007/978-3-540-27769-9_24 fatcat:62mcxwnz6bbrzliiwrmpppusu4