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After data elements are recorded in all the frame’s slots, the frame itself is transformed into a symbol understandable within the context of the knowledge base for comparison with other frames to detect similarities and difference among their respective data elements.
The frames produced by the system as a result of this dialogue are the permanent data links that bridge the real world of activities and economic events to the computer world of money language records made of those events and activities.
Frame Knowledge Representation, a way of representing knowledge about objects and events typical to specific situations within which new data is interpreted in terms of concept acquired through previous experience so as to facilitate expectation-driven processing.
www.eknowledgecenter.com /articles/1008/1008.htm   (5692 words)

Cotton was grown upriver, made into nets and traded with fishing villages along the coast for large supplies of fish.
During the late mediaeval period, cotton became known as an imported fibre in northern Europe, without any knowledge of what it came from other than that it was a plant; people in the region, familiar only with animal fibres (wool from sheep), could only imagine that cotton must be produced by plant-borne sheep.
The Indian cotton processing industry was eclipsed during the British Industrial Revolution, when the invention of the spinning jenny (1764) and Arkwright's spinning frame (1769) enabled cheap mass-production of cotton cloth in the UK.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/c/co/cotton.html   (1256 words)

 ipedia.com: Knowledge representation Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Knowledge representation is a central problem in arranging knowledge.
The problem consists of how to store and manipulate knowledge in an information system in a formal way so that it may be used by mechanisms to accomplish a given task.
Unfortunately, we don't know how knowledge is represented in the human mind, or how to manipulate human languages in the same way as the human mind.
www.ipedia.com /knowledge_representation.html   (558 words)

 Links to external databases and libraries
A resource to serve as a platform for the accumulation and refinement of knowledge pertinent to the needs of primary stakeholders in affected drylands.
The goal of this web-based information system is to facilitate the dissemination of best practices and lessons learned, highlight innovative measures, inform users of news and events, and promote open discussion among stakeholders, with regard to food security and nutrition issues in Cambodia.
ISNAR seeks to contribute to the generation and use of knowledge that fosters sustainable and equitable agricultural development.
www.landcoalition.org /links/dblib.htm   (2242 words)

 excerpts from the 1888 Chambers's Encyclopedia of Universal Knowledge
Several years ago, my wife gave me this wonderful set of encyclopedia, written in the UK in 1874 and printed in New York in 1888.
Among the publications issued are the quarto volumes of the Smithsonian Contributions to Knowledge, distributed gratis to libraries; Annual Reports, and Miscellaneous Collections.
A Chinese sauce, called Kitjap (Ketchup), is often sold in Britain as soy, but is very inferior to the true soy.
vickipedia.livejournal.com   (2627 words)

 KBS/Ontology Projects Worldwide
The Component Library (CLib) - a knowledge base of formally represented, general, domain-independent concepts (Univ Texas at Austin), represented in the KM knowledge representation language.
KM - A frame-based knowledge knowledge representation language used by the Knowledge Representation Group at Univ Texas at Austin.
OKBC - The Open Knowledge Base Connectivity Protocol (formerly called GFP, the Generic Frame Protocol).
www.cs.utexas.edu /users/mfkb/related.html   (4948 words)

 Combined Bibliography
Apt, Krzysztof R., Howard A. Blair, & Adrian Walker (1988) "Towards a theory of declarative knowledge," in Minker (1988) pp.
Gärdenfors, Peter (1988) Knowledge in Flux: Modeling the Dynamics of Epistemic States, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.
Hendrix, Gary G. (1979) "Encoding knowledge in partitioned networks," in Findler (1979) pp.
www.jfsowa.com /bib.htm   (14024 words)

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