From my understanding an Ontology is a description of how a real object can be understood or represented (such as a chair being a collection of atoms, a piece of furniture part of a larger collection ...
I overheard in discussion tonight: You know - you can represent a computer program as points on a Hilbert Curve. Is there a reference that explains this concept? I can't seem to Google for it.
I know that knowledge about relationships between things can be represented using ontologies and stored in some sort of file or database system. Can a network of procedural knowledge also be created ...
I have been reading Fuzzy Belief Revision and trying to determine how the methods could be used to combine readings from conflicting sensors. For example, if one sensor reads 70 degrees and another ...
Are there Belief Revision techniques that aren't based solely in formal logic propositions? For example, if one agent believes the temperature for an area is 85 degrees and another believes the ...