This passage: (01)
"Thus, in this embodiment, the active ontology is serving as both a
modeling environment specifying the concept that restaurants are
entities with identities that have names, and for storing dynamic
bindings of those modeling nodes with data from entity databases and
parses of natural language. " (02)
reminds me of Roger Schank's scripts and related ways of modeling. (03)
On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 1:07 PM, Rich Cooper
> Dear Ali,
> Thanks for the post. The claim tree is far below, along with some spec
> paragraphs that refer to “active ontology”. It would seem superficially to
> just mean the ontology (among a collection of ontologies) that is considered
> appropriate for the current conversation Siri is having with her human.
> Do you see something more significant than that first view of the term?
> Something about it captured your interest; can you share that concern?
> <snip> (05)
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