Deep Semantics and the Evolution of New Scientific Theories and Discoveries

Deep Semantics and the Evolution of New Scientific Theories and Discoveries

Tom Adi (Readware Institute, USA), Hala Abdelghany (City University of New York, USA) and Kathy Adi (Readware Institute, USA)
Projected Release Date: April, 2019|Copyright: © 2019 |Pages: 290
ISBN13: 9781522580799|ISBN10: 1522580794|EISBN13: 9781522580805|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-8079-9

Description

Combining a variety of sounds to form words that can be understood by other individuals, language is one of the defining characteristics of the human species. However, since even highly educated people, great writers, and poets are not consistent regarding the meanings of words, we are unlikely to find consistent rules regarding word meanings by examining human language use. Therefore, deep semantics aims to study of the meanings of individual sounds and their role in creating the meanings of words.

Deep Semantics and the Evolution of New Scientific Theories and Discoveries provides innovative insights into the mental processing of word meanings and lack of consistency in human use, while providing examples from different language sources such as, the Quran and Arabic text. This publication presents word roots, the human cognitive system, sound function, and knowledge process, and is designed for linguists, educators, speech professionals, researchers, students, and academics whose interests include topics on the study of people’s imperfect views, feelings, and habits in using words.

Topics Covered

The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:

  • Cognitive System
  • Containment
  • Deceptive Denial
  • Divine Process
  • Knowledge Process
  • Language Processing
  • Linguistics
  • Machine Translation
  • Semantics
  • Sound Function
  • Word Roots

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Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography

Tom Adi is the lead researcher and teacher at the Readware Institute in Gainesville, Florida. He is a computer scientist and linguist who has been studying the nature of language, learning and creativity for three decades. His basic discovery is called Deep Semantics which basically shows how the sounds of alphabets symbolize abstract concepts that combine into words that give us principles of research, decision-making, and discovery. The website http://www.readwareinstitute.org offers a simplified introduction into this research and its applications in Information Technology and beyond.