Intag Experiments

Intag Experiments

 

By Juan Chamero, from Caece University at Buenos Aires, Argentine, April 25th 2009

 

Semantic Pill

 The figure below depicts a “semantic pill”, a meaningful but negligible piece of knowledge about a given “main subject”, for example “The World Crisis”.

 

Semantic Pill

 

These pieces could be opinions, a “highlighted” paragraph of a news article or a “scientific paper” about a specific subject somehow related to the main subject under study and supposedly issued either by “authorities” and/or respectable sources.

 Resembling DNA the semantic pill text corpus has a set of semantic “tags” to meaningfully interrelate with other semantic pills in order to build superior order meanings. Each SP supposedly deals with given subjects, ideally only one, and closely related to collection of Categories. Under Darwin Ontology, subjects and Categories tend to fusion becoming nodes and branches of a Knowledge Tree, in this example the Semantic Skeleton (Conceptual Map) of the World Crisis. The external green membrane depicted above represents the ideal subject dealt with, initially described via “declared subjects”, for example extracted from the title, and/or by “Categories” intuited by the experimenter.     

 Tree building

 The figure above depicts how Semantic Pills contribute to unveil pieces of hidden disperse Web semantic intelligence under Darwin Ontology.

 At right within the inherent semantic skeleton (in black) of the main theme under study we may “guess” a logical graph of interconnected Semantic Pills that “at large” via a Darwin algorithm will become a piece of tree. For each possible “node” of the graph the algorithm computes its neighborhood as it’s depicted in the middle magnification. As a result of processing a large amount of SP’s, for example 2.000 for World Crisis, we expect to unveil the World Crisis logic as_it_is in the Web of today.