In the human language system there are two grammatical centers, nouns and verbs. A noun is described as the name of any person, place, or thing; while a verb is a word that shows any form of action. Human beings use words to express their own thoughts and to interpret the intentions of others. Natural languages play a very important role in human intelligence. To build intelligent machines, we need to bridge machines and human brains with a communication interface-a language system. However, we still need a paradigm to implement dynamic verbs in machines.
This book explains how computational verb systems were developed in this context, and “living” verbs are embedded into machines. By using these computational verb systems, “dynamic” knowledge and experience can be embedded into machine intelligence. It also explains the unique role played by computational verb systems in information and sciences, and how we need to know different knowledge representing paradigms used in informational systems.
In this book, not only the machine models of verbs, but also a complete artificial language studied from the dynamic model of human perception.