Theories about World Representations for the Internet of Things
Buchtitel: Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Concepts in Action: Representation, Learning, and Application (CARLA 2018)
The question of how to represent knowledge about the world has been an integral part of computer science and cognitive science. In the past, computer scientists and logicians could define the semantics of items in their knowledge representation models and methods for describing the world largely without an explicit connection to reality. Nowadays, networked devices are not only aware of the world (e.g., via sensors) but are also able to trigger changes in the world viaactuators. Thus, changes in the represented world immediately affect changes in the real world, and vice versa. In our work, we turn to philosophy to find the answers to the new problems of dynamically changing worlds and worldrepresentations (e.g., ontologies) that arise for computer scientists in the area of the Internet of Things.
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