The book aims to encourage multiple perspective read-ing attitudes, which are meant to trigger and inspire new ways of viewing and engineering information. An innovative linguistic theory as well as a new model for text generation and text understanding are illustrated. The linguistic theory, enhanced by a novel artificial intelligence-based approach, will help readers to acquire information engineering skills and may be implement-ed in the design of knowledge management systems.
From the Contents:
Chapter 1: Introduction to a new way of looking at language and information
Chapter 2: The physics of language
Chapter 3: Introduction to the communicative positi-oning program and text representation systems (CPP-TRS)
Chapter 4: CTML: A mark-up language for annotating context sensitive documentation
Chapter 5: The making of specialized knowledge through metaphors and analogies