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Monday, October 11, 2004

 

Manhattan Project to Integrate

Human-centric Information Production

 

This is a historical document as Tom Adiís first communication to the BCNGroup on the formal structure of the Readware framework

 

Second, more extensive communication is at [65]


As I review the proposal, here is an overall semi-formal structure of the Readware Framework:

1) Everything is based on relations of the type <a,r,b>.

Concept = Arabic letter triplet = <LetterA, relationLetterB, LetterC>  (there are special cases).

Knowledgetypes (KT) is either topic, issue, probe, category or theme:

KT = <conceptA, InContextOfSizeM, conceptB>

  OR recursively

KT = <KT1, InContextOfSizeM , KT2)>

2) The abstract space is

A = {(element, domain, order)  x (unitary open, unitary closed, dual open, dual closed) x (object, relation)}

A concept is a member of A^3  (A x A x A).

3) Some 2000 Arabic concepts are used as a good cover of A^3  (not all of it makes sense).  But we can add more triliteral word roots from Arabic or any other language.  It's just a lot of work while the stem set we use is stable, well-interpreted and sufficient.