Knowledge representation with T

Boris Sunik


The universal representation language T proposed in the article is the set of linguistic items employed in the manner of a natural language with the purpose of information exchange between various communicators. The language is not confined to any particular representation domain, implementation, communicator or discourse type. Assuming there is sufficient vocabulary, each text composed in any of the human languages can be adequately translated to T in the same way as it can be translated to another human language. The semantics transmitted by T code consist of conventional knowledge regarding objects, actions, properties, states and so on.

T allows the explicit expression of kinds of information traditionally considered as inexpressible, like tacit knowledge or even non-human knowledge.

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Artificial Intelligence Research

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