Archive for the ‘ontology’ Category

Sample Terms for Practical Type Inference for Arbitrary Rank Types

I’ve been heads down following from my past work on Model Driven Architecture, Ontology and Logic(s). The questions that arise naturally in the course of studying these topics lead me to closely examine quantification and type systems. Higher rank types provide both a mechanism for polymorphism and high assurance in the subjects that motivated my study.

Observations from OWL Experiences and Directions 2009

Describes my experience at OWL Experiences and Design 2009. Relates a conversation with Peter Patel-Schneider about the description logic community’s choice of the terms concept and role. More of my opinion on how the philosophies of semiotics, realism and nominalism inform technology implementation. Provides and update on my work with higher order logic and Haskell.

Linked Data: Interpretants and Interpretation

Linked Data: Interpretants and Interpretation proposes an updated model theory to advance linked data using an elaborated triangle of meaning. Describes linked data as the internet-scale open government platform.