Conceptual Structures: Fulfilling Peirce's Dream

Fifth International Conference on Conceptual Structures, ICCS'97 Seattle, Washington, USA, August 3–8, 1997 Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-540-63308-2 (Print) 978-3-540-69424-3 (Online)

Table of contents (48 chapters)

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    Fulfilling Peirce's dream: Conceptual structures and communities of inquiry

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    Pages 12-24

    Peirce's graphs

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    Pages 25-40

    A pragmatic understanding of “knowing that” and “knowing how”: The pivotal role of conceptual structures

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    Pages 41-64

    Peircean foundations for a theory of context

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    Pages 65-79

    The CORALI project: From conceptual graphs to conceptual graphs via labelled graphs

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    Contexts: A formal definition of worlds of assertions

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    Pages 95-109

    Positive nested conceptual graphs

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    Pages 110-124

    A different perspective on canonicity

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    Pages 125-137

    Aggregations in conceptual graphs

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    Pages 138-152

    The representation of semantic constraints in conceptual graph systems

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    Representation of defaults and exceptions in conceptual graphs formalism

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    Introduction of viewpoints in conceptual graph formalism

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    Pages 183-197

    Task-dependent aspects of knowledge acquisition: A case study in a technical domain

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    Pages 198-212

    Uncovering the conceptual models in ripple down rules

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    Pages 213-227

    Knowledge modeling using annotated flow chart

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    Pages 228-243

    Complex modelling constructs in MODEL-ECS

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    Pages 244-259

    Modeling cause and effect in legal text

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    Pages 260-274

    Information systems modeling with CGs logic

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    Pages 275-289

    Modelling and simulating human behaviours with conceptual graphs

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    Pages 290-303

    Conceptual graphs and formal concept analysis

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