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Bertrand Russell described a [[Minimum Vocabulary]] as one where no word can be described in terms of another word.<ref>Bertrand Russell, ''My Mental Development'' in The World of Mathematics 1956</ref>
  
 
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His Principia Methematica defined all of mathematics with no new words at all, only the terms of logic.
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* A  a [[Minimum Vocabulary]] is never a complete description of the state of the world, only of the world that can be described by it.
  
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Vocabularies are the basic building blocks > for inference techniques on the Semantic Web. ... A formal ontology is a controlled vocabulary expressed in an ontology representation language. This language has a grammar for using vocabulary terms to express something meaningful within a specified domain of interest.
 
Vocabularies are the basic building blocks > for inference techniques on the Semantic Web. ... A formal ontology is a controlled vocabulary expressed in an ontology representation language. This language has a grammar for using vocabulary terms to express something meaningful within a specified domain of interest.
  

Latest revision as of 23:03, 24 May 2021

Full Title or Meme

Bertrand Russell described a Minimum Vocabulary as one where no word can be described in terms of another word.[1]

Context

His Principia Methematica defined all of mathematics with no new words at all, only the terms of logic.

  • A a Minimum Vocabulary is never a complete description of the state of the world, only of the world that can be described by it.

Other Terms

Vocabularies are the basic building blocks > for inference techniques on the Semantic Web. ... A formal ontology is a controlled vocabulary expressed in an ontology representation language. This language has a grammar for using vocabulary terms to express something meaningful within a specified domain of interest.

References

  1. Bertrand Russell, My Mental Development in The World of Mathematics 1956