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Algorithmic modelling: an explanation :-)

Just thought I should give a further explanation as to the nature of “algorithmic modelling” beyond that given in the group’s summary, in order to impress upon the reader the basic applicability and importance of modelling in general

Whenever we humans perceive information through our senses, the end product of such perception is, after a series of transformations, a conceptual model: which may be viewed as a specific type of algorithmic model

In fact, a possible future Community Group, a “Strong AI” group, would define such a conceptual model as a layer over the “reference model” (the output by this group), in which the static “compositional” portion of the model is defined by reference to its corresponding OWL element, and the dynamic portion with reference to its corresponding RIF rule(s)

Another important use for such models could in that of cloud computation, in which the required computation is defined in terms, similarly, of a layer over the reference model, with cloud-specific modifications related to such features as load balancing/apportioning and node aggregation and storage

For more information about modelling, try Googling “OMG MDA” (for the Object Management Group’s Model Driven Architecture)

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