Organiser: Dr Enrico H Gerding
Time: 12/11/2007 13:00-14:00
Conceptual Graphs (CGs) are a visual, logic based, knowledge representation formalism. The knowledge, visually depicted by graphs, is reasoned upon using sound and complete graph based operations. This makes Conceptual Graph appealing for knowledge representation both from a visual and an optimisation viewpoint. In this talk I will present our work on knowledge modelling based on Conceptual Graphs along with current directions of work where Conceptual Graphs are used in two ongoing projects: HealthAgents and OpenKnowledge. The main purpose of the talk is to help identify the advantages and disadvantages of logical (1), graph-based (2) approaches to knowledge representation in the context of present-day developments and modelling needs.
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