Multi-agent Model of Semantics of Simple Extended Sentences Describing Static Scenes

  • Zalimkhan Nagoev
  • Olga Nagoeva
  • Inna Pshenokova
  • Irina GurtuevaEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 11659)


This study developed the basic principles and algorithms for presenting the semantics of simple extended sentences describing static scenes based on multi-agent cognitive architectures. It is shown that software agents can represent word patterns and concepts corresponding to these words. And such multi-agent algorithms can form the basis for modeling the semantics of relations between concepts, representing various semantic classes in the composition of the sentence.


Speech understanding system Modeling Semantics Concepts 



The work was supported by RFBR grants № 18-01-00658, 19-01-00648.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.The Federal State Establishment of Science “Federal Scientific Center Kabardin-Balkar Scientific Center of Russian Academy of Sciences”NalchikRussia

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