The Phos Conceptual Language for Knowledge Representation
The role of a Knowledge Representation Language, as Brachman and Levesque described, is to support the explicit encoding of knowledge in a well specified way. Moreover, as they describe, “a representation system must provide access to facts implicit in the knowledge base. In other words, a representation component must perform automatic inferences for its users…”.
KeywordsFunctional Dependency Knowledge Representation User Requirement Individual Concept Conditional Dependency
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