ANALYSIS OF A GENERAL LOGICAL DISCOURSE FOR MANMACHINE INTERACTIONPART II

ANALYSIS OF A GENERAL LOGICAL DISCOURSE FOR MANMACHINE INTERACTIONPART II Part I, presented in the preceding issue of Kybernetes, concluded with the analysis for establishing the normal sequences for the principal statements of a general logical discourse. Part II continues with an analyses for establishing the different types of sequences, the normal sequences for the secondary statements, the review sequences, and the repeat sequences. An analysis is presented for establishing the primitives that define a sequence graph for a general logical discourse, and the use of the primitives is demonstrated in the construction of a sequence graph for an example logical discourse. Finally, there are presented various plans for interaction between man and machine for the transfer of knowledge of a logical discourse and the application of the algorithm to the structuring of knowledge for a common discourse. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Kybernetes Emerald Publishing

ANALYSIS OF A GENERAL LOGICAL DISCOURSE FOR MANMACHINE INTERACTIONPART II

Kybernetes, Volume 2 (1): 10 – Jan 1, 1973

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0368-492X
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10.1108/eb005320
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Part I, presented in the preceding issue of Kybernetes, concluded with the analysis for establishing the normal sequences for the principal statements of a general logical discourse. Part II continues with an analyses for establishing the different types of sequences, the normal sequences for the secondary statements, the review sequences, and the repeat sequences. An analysis is presented for establishing the primitives that define a sequence graph for a general logical discourse, and the use of the primitives is demonstrated in the construction of a sequence graph for an example logical discourse. Finally, there are presented various plans for interaction between man and machine for the transfer of knowledge of a logical discourse and the application of the algorithm to the structuring of knowledge for a common discourse.

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KybernetesEmerald Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 1973

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