Toward Computer-Aided Interpretation of Situations
The problem of interpretation of situations as a widely extended and important component of living beings’ behavior in real world is considered. A scheme of interpretation of situations in natural living beings is presented and a general scheme of inspired by the nature artificial situations interpreting system is proposed. Basic constraints imposed on computer-based situations interpreting systems are described. It is shown that the computer-based situations interpreting systems are an extension of pattern recognition systems and the differences between them are characterized. The role of domain ontologies and of ontological models in computer-based situations interpreting systems design is shown and it is illustrated by examples.
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