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Conceptual Structures Represented by Conceptual Graphs and Formal Concept Analysis

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Conceptual Structures Represented by Conceptual Graphs and Formal Concept Analysis
Conceptual Graphs and Formal Concept Analysis have in common basic concerns: the focus on conceptual structures, the use of diagrams for supporting communication, the orientation by Peirce`s Pragmatism, and the aim of representing and processing knowledge. These concerns open rich possibilities of interplay and integration. We discuss the philosophical foundations of both disciplines, and analyze their speci c qualities. Based on this analysis, we discuss some possible approaches of interplay and integration. 1 Conceptual Structures in Knowledge Representation Conceptual structures in knowledge representation are models (or artifacts) representing a perceived reality. With computer applications, these models support and delimit the kind of processing that a knowledge system will be able to carry out. Hence, the semantics they carry is of the outmost importance to the soundness and completeness of the applications that use them. With Arti cial Intelligence related applications, these mo...
Guy W. Mineau, Gerd Stumme, Rudolf Wille
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where ICCS
Authors Guy W. Mineau, Gerd Stumme, Rudolf Wille
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