Theory of meaningful information, background, excerpts and meaning representation

Boris Sunik

Abstract


The Theory of Meaningful Information is a general theory that can be applied to information of every type, level and complexity. The theory explains the nature and functionality of information and enables the production of relevant definitions regarding language and knowledge, which remain operative also in the case of non-human languages and knowledge systems. The non-executable language T, built in accordance with the theory, allows the creation of code bases functioning in the way of semantic nets which can be used for the representation of a different kind of knowledge.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/air.v2n3p102

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Artificial Intelligence Research

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