M.S. Yaroshynskyi, O.V. Sirotkin, D.P. Sinko, S.B. Hunko, D.O. Manoliuk
Classifications are widely used in semantic networks and decision support systems based on formal knowledge and are part of computer ontologies. Classifications and computer ontologies built on them are the result of the work of one or more experts. As a result, such classifications reflect the subjective view of the author or authors on the world and the relationship between the classes (concepts) of the created classification. In the work, the authors propose an approach that will allow assessing how correctly the classification is constructed.
classification, algebra of classifications, isomorphism of classifications, correctness of classifications, rules of division of classes.
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