Projects. Comprehensing information processing
You have here an electronic version of the book: S.Alaksandrau, P.Fadziejeu, Multicontext automatic processing of large amounts of information. Principles, methods, initial algorithms; Minsk: Intellectual Partner, 2000. The Library of Congress Control Number (LCCN) 2005356281.
Automatic processing of large amounts of information is related to such problems as recognition and search, machine translation, annotation, decision-making support, knowledge representation and many others.
Today's approach to these problems is based on selection and use of certain formal attributes by which they evaluate the sense held in the processed information. However the formal attributes are valid only for strictly determined and a priori limited contexts, which imposes principal limitations upon the sphere and methods of application of information technologies. What is in demand is not formal but comprehensive approach to information processing.
The problem of comprehensive information processing with regard to context depending changing of senses in the long run rests upon such questions as "what is sense?", "how to represent sense?", "how does the sense change depending on the context?", "how the sense itself can play the part of context vis-a-vis another sense?", "what happens when several senses are united and how to realize it?" and so on and so forth.
In the Part 1 it is shown how any notion can be presented as a "module of elementary sense". Then this module is provided with features that make it possible for it to interact with other "modules of elementary sense".
Owing to it a "module of elementary sense" develops an ability to change depending on the context where it belongs and also to manifest itself as a context too.
Solving these problems made it possible to pass in Part 2 to the next stage where not only the "modules of elementary sense" interact but also their contexts.
A system of interacting contexts allows passing to a specific form of context the temporal context. Principles and operational algorithm of temporal context are scrutinized in Part 3.
All the above listed problems were considered in the aspect of constructing a system of comprehensive information search. However the stated principles and mechanisms are applicable to various information systems with other goals and tasks.
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