Semantic Intelligence

Semantic Intelligence

DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-7368-5.ch013
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Semantic intelligence is exclusive for the intelligent complex systems way of response to an ever-changing environment. Its major distinctive property is autonomous comprehension and creation of information. Another exclusive property of semantic intelligence is autonomous discrimination between true and false statements. The semantic intelligence naturally arises in the setting of concept of boundedness where it commences from highly non-trivial interplay between structural and functional properties of a complex system. The major generic property of that interplay is that it renders the relation between structural and functional properties to be non-recursive. In result, this renders the efficiency of semantic intelligence to be provided by efficiency of hierarchical self-organization of a complex system prior to the efficiency of software and to the speed of hardware.
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Before presenting the basic principles of the concept of boundedness let us remind the notion of a complex system and the major characteristics of their behavior. Let us start with the notion of a complex system: it is how parts of a system are organized so that the system behaves as a single object and how it interacts with its environment. Thus the notion of a complex system encompasses an enormous variety of systems ranging from physical ones such as quasar pulsations, to biological such as DNA sequences, to social ones such as financial time series.

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