Semantic Relations

The Semantic Relations in Mind Expression provides you the option to simulate your statement and whether it is being recognized as it should be.

We have the following items you will be considering:

Base Statement

A statement that acts as a source for being recognized by the Mind Expression.

Recognized Base Statement

This is the output of the base statement and will automatically populate once you have decided what base statement you are going to use and view.

Target Subject

Upon selecting your Scope and the subject inside it, you will be wanting to check with your base statement whether it is having a relation one to another.

Target Statement

The same concept with the Target Subject, but you will be entering your desired statement without going to put your Scope and Subject.

Relation Details

Shows the details of your base statement and your target. It explains how the two are related.

Relational Path

A path showing how the Base Statement is understood as the Target.

Accessing the Semantic Relations

To enter the Semantic Relations section, you will be going to click the "Knowledge" and click the "Semantic Relations" as shown on the screen.

Using the Semantic Relations

To use Semantic Relations here are the following guidelines:

  1. Put your Base Statement, any statement you can compare with the Target Subject or Target Statement.

  2. For Target Subject

    1. Click your Scope via clicking the "drop-down" button as shown on the screen.

    2. Select your subject once done.

  3. For Target Statement, click the "Target Statement" tab and put your statement to be recognized.

  4. Once all is done, click the "View" button to see the relation details.

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