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On Monday, December 24, 2007 10:11 PM, John observed: ''"The following are outside the scope of this standard: ... Computer-based operational methods of providing relationships between symbols in the logical 'universe of discourse' and individuals in the 'real world'". This topic, the operational relationship between symbols in logic and individuals in the world, happens to be my particular interest of late.'' (01) John, your suspicion upon efficiency of CL as well as other logical languages has a good reason. The issues mentioned are rather the matters (''the universe of discourse'') of real ontology and semantics, both concerned with a true meaningful representation of reality (its domains, parts, pieces, or portions). Such representation comes up as a triple relationship between language-like entities (expressions), mental entities (concepts) and material entities in the real world, like as denotation, designation, reference, sense, meaning, evidence, relevancy, or truth. Covering logical models as well as material models, mathematical models, and theoretical models, ontology yields the most consistent and comprehensive principles of the world, its fundamental categories, invariant patterns and rules. (02) So the ontological principles inform all sorts of particular representations, interpretations, wordlviews, theories, laws, and models: theoretic, conceptual, semantic, logical, computational, mathematical, formal, instrumental, imaginary, scientific, heuristic, etc. (03) To conclude: It is the scope of computing ontology: machine-based operational methods of providing relationships between symbols in the 'universe of discourse' (a domain of knowledge) and entities (kinds and individuals) in the real world. (04) Azamat Abdoullaev (05) http://www.eis.com.cy (06) ----- Original Message ----- From: "John Black" <JohnBlack@xxxxxxxxxxx> To: "[ontolog-forum] " <ontolog-forum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Monday, December 24, 2007 10:11 PM Subject: [ontolog-forum] CL, CG,IKL and the relationship between symbols in the logical "universeof discourse" and individuals in the "real world" (07) > Please forgive me, in advance, for my spotty knowledge of some of the > |

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