Common basic knowledge for artificial intelligence algorithms
Completed on 05-Jul-2015 (19 days)

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The not-exhaustive essence of this system shouldn't hide the intrinsic complexity of some of its ideas. This section has precisely to be understood as an additional support to help readers get a clearer picture; mainly about what was explained in the previous two sections (Defining principles & Data format). That's why these contents should never be taken as a step-by-step guide or a detailed example.

The table below shows (a very simplistic version of) the kind of information which the proposed system would have to bring into consideration in order to account for:
"a car is faster than a bicycle"
and
"a car is more dangerous to people than a bicycle"
.

Legend:
car
/
bicycle
|
both of them
Layers
Selected Enum Option
Properties
Property Contents
Connectors
L0
Function
understanding
P0
Dangerous to people
0 (not harmful) - 100
70
/
20
more than
L1
Speciality
common
P1
Speed
m/s
minimum:
0
/
0

maximum:
16
/
120

typical:
9
/
28
less than
L2
Security
0 (no impact) - 100
70
/
40
L100
Staticity
mobile
L101
Machines
vehicle
L102
Environment
0 (very harmful) - 100
50
/
100


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