Paired structures and bipolar knowledge representation
Javier Montero (),
Humberto Bustince (),
J. Tinguaro Rodríguez (),
Daniel Gómez (),
Miguel Pagola (),
Javier Fernandez () and
Edurne Barrenechea ()
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Javier Montero: Faculty of Mathematics, Complutense University
Humberto Bustince: Departamento de Automática y Computación, Universidad Pública de Navarra
J. Tinguaro Rodríguez: Faculty of Mathematics, Complutense University
Daniel Gómez: Faculty of Statistics, Complutense University
Miguel Pagola: Departamento de Automática y Computación, Universidad Pública de Navarra
Javier Fernandez: Departamento de Automática y Computación, Universidad Pública de Navarra
Edurne Barrenechea: Departamento de Automática y Computación, Universidad Pública de Navarra
No 06_2014, MSAP Working Paper Series from University of Copenhagen, Department of Food and Resource Economics
In this strictly positional paper we propose a general approach to bipolar knowledge representation, where the meaning of concepts can be modelled by examining their decomposition into opposite and neutral categories. In particular, it is the semantic relationship between the opposite categories which suggests the emergence of a paired structure and its associated type of neutrality, being there three general types of neutral categories, namely indeterminacy, ambivalence and conflict. Hence, the key issue consists in identifying the semantic opposition characterizing the meaning of concepts and at the same time the type of neutrality rising in between opposites. Based on this first level of bipolar knowledge representation, paired structures in fact offer the means to characterize a specific bipolar valuation scale depending on the meaning of the concept that has to be verified. In this sense, a paired structure is a standard basic structure that allows learning and building different valuation scales, leading to linear or even more complex valuation scales.
Keywords: : Bipolarity; Neutral concepts; Paired structures; Knowledge representation. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 23 pages
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