Analysis and synthesis with a three-component inferential system : Augmenting the explanatory scope of Conceptual Spaces
Kaipainen, M., & Hautamäki, A. (2017). Analysis and synthesis with a three-component inferential system : Augmenting the explanatory scope of Conceptual Spaces. In A. Lieto, M. Bhatt, A. Oltramari, & D. Vernon (Eds.), AIC 2016 : Artificial Intelligence and Cognition 2016 : Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence and Cognition co-located with the Joint Multi-Conference on Human-Level Artificial Intelligence (HLAI 2016) (pp. 124-137). CEUR workshop proceedings, 1895. Redaktion Sun SITE. Retrieved from http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-1895/paper11.pdf
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The study introduces a model of analysis and synthesis, respective abductive and deductive reasoning, using the three-component inferential system, which is constituted by a perspective-relative augmentation of Gärdenfors’s theory of Conceptual Spaces (CS). A general formulation of Perspective, based on our earlier work, corresponds to prioritization among property dimensions. Instead of assuming one conceptual space as in the CS, a distinction is made between the high-dimensional description of the discourse/domain termed Ontospace, and the two-dimensional perspectival space onto which a Perspectiverelative hierarchical conceptualization is projected, referred to as the Perspectival Space. In this setting, deduction is the inference of Perspective-relative conceptualization of the ontospace, while abduction is the reasoning of the Perspective that accounts for a given conceptualization of the ontospace, given in a form of a target cluster This model is articulated on an abstraction level beyond algorithmic implementation. ...
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