You need to know how to write CGs in Amine.
You may find the summary of the Syntax section
Canon and definition
super, x_source, y_target
The three keywords super,
x_source, and y_target may be placed
after the colon in a concept.
super is used to indicate that the concept type in question is the
supertype of the concept being defined:
[concept type: super]
x_source is used to indicate that the concept in question is to be
attached to the incoming arc ("-") of the relation being defined or
[concept type: x_source]-relation
relation-[concept type: x_source]
y_target is used to indicate that the concept in question is to be
attached to the outgoing arc ("->" or "<-") of the relation being defined or
relation->[concept type: y_target]
[concept type: y_target]<-relation
Setting the Canon or the Definition
To set the canon or the definition of a conceptual
- Close the contents pane if it is open (click the "Close" button
in the contents pane).
- Navigate to the conceptual
structure which you wish to define or describe.
- Click on the concept
type to select it.
- Right-click on the concept typeSelect "Show Content" from the pop-up menu.
- In the content pane, write a CG in either
the Definition area or the Canon area (or both).
- Click the "Set" button of the Canon or Definition which you have
- If everything is well (the debug frame will tell you that "the
CS has been set successfully"), you can close the content pane.
- If something is wrong, go back and correct the CG (or add the conceptual
structures which are missing), then "Set" the CG again, then
close the content pane.
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