Representing Parametric Concepts with Situation Theory
We use higher-order, type-theoretic Situation Theory to model semantic concepts as situation-theoretic objects consisting of parametric information. Situation Theory contributes by representing concepts as classes of parametric objects, in a computational way. We use concepts that are often expressed by human language in taxonomy classifications, as a demonstration of the situation theoretic-approach to model parametric information in abstract concepts.(original abstract)
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