Aggregations in conceptual graphs
In this paper issues associated with representing and reasoning about aggregations are examined. A hierarchy of aggregation types are described and the importance of individual types of aggregations in the reasoning endeavor is discussed. Some of the typical operations associated with aggregations are identified.
KeywordsConceptual Structure Actual Member Sibling Relationship Conceptual Graph Potential Member
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