2 Conceptual graphs


A conceptual graph is a graph or network of two kinds of nodes:

  1. Concepts and
  2. Relations.

The nodes have arcs between them. The arcs are always directed, i.e., they have a direction. This is indicated by an arrow head.

Now we will see some examples.

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