The Triplet Modeling of Concept Connections
In the last three decades, concepts have been the focus of intensive attention of cognitive scientists and psychologists, philosophers of science, experts in computer science, terminology, and artificial intelligence. The results of their studies may be summarized as follows.
KeywordsQuantum Object Order Attribute Concept Connection Triplet Modeling Triplet Structure
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