By Claudio Carpineto (auth.), Uta Priss, Dan Corbett, Galia Angelova (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the tenth foreign convention on Conceptual buildings, ICCS 2002, held in Borovets, Bulgaria. in July 2002.
The 27 revised complete papers offered including invited contributions have been rigorously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the ebook. The papers are geared up in topical sections on info and information constructions, details retrieval, usual language, ontology and semantics, interfaces and purposes, and logical and mathematical foundations.
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The compound attribute. m(i ◦ j)n is represented by the (k + l − 2)-ary . < ), κ ) where deg and κ are ˆ ∼ relation graph G := (V0 ∪ Vˆ0 , deg0 , ε0 , (S ∪ S, 0 ˆ but the the natural combinations of the corresponding mappings in G and G, ε0 (∞, j)) := ε0 (∞, i), mapping ε0 is changed by ε0 (ε0 (∞, i)) := εˆ0 (∞, j), ε0 (ˆ and renumbering the pending edges, moreover. Its graphical representation for k = 4, l = 3, i = 3 and j = 1 is drawn in Figure 6c. – The compound attribute m(i j) is represented by the (k − 2)-ary relation < ), κ) where the mapping ε is changed to ε by graph G := (V0 , deg0 , ε0 , (S, ∼ 0 0 setting ε0 (ε0 (∞, i)) := ε0 (∞, j), ε0 (ε0 (∞, j)) := ε0 (∞, i), and renumbering the pending edges.
For example, if the purchaser wanted to buy a red bicycle with white mudguard, then there is a diﬀerence which lies in the color of the mudguard. In sum, A and B refer to those sets of qualities which respectively identify the possible ‘thing’ and ‘property’ that the purchaser might want to buy. These qualities may not determine a product presented in the showroom. Qualisigns are possibles which are a ﬁrst approximation of the meaning of the observed phenomenon. The complementary qualisigns, ¬A and ¬B, refer to those ‘things’ and ‘properties’ or ‘facts’ which are there, but which are not in the focus of attention.
The start rule and the rule handling the input of symbols are speciﬁed as follows (ε denotes the empty string, ∈ Γ stands for the empty value): start : (s0 , ε, ε) → read : (s1 , u, ι ) → (s1 , ι ) (s1 , ιρ(u) ) where ιx denotes a frame in which the existing sign location of the qualisign class contains the value x (the next sign location of this class is not used). The other locations of ι and ιρ(u) have an identical value in the two frames. All other rules are ‘internal’ transition rules which only operate on the stack (φ and φ denote frames): transition : (s1 , ε, φ) → (s1 , φ φ) We will simplify the speciﬁcation of a transition rule by only deﬁning φ and φ , and only specifying those locations of a frame which are involved in the transition (those not involved are assumed to have an identical value in φ and φ ).