introducing the semantic agent console
So, we have a general scheme to represent knowledge:
OP KET => SUPERPOSITION
Now we need some method to make use of it.
And hence the semantic agent console.
From here on, anything that starts with "sa: " can be assumed to be in the console.
q, quit, exit quit the agent.
h, help print this message
context print list of context's
context string set current context to string
reset reset back to completely empty console
Warning! you will lose all unsaved work!
dump print current context
dump exact print current context in exact mode
dump multi print context list
dump self print what we know about the default ket/sp
dump ket/sp print what we know about the given ket/sp
display (relatively) readable display of current context
display ket/sp (relatively) readable display about what we know for the ket/sp
freq convert current context to frequency list
mfreq convert context list to frequency list
load file.sw load file.sw
save file.sw save current context to file.sw
save multi file.sw save context list to file.sw
files show the available .sw files
cd change and create if necessary the .sw directory
ls, dir, dirs show the available directories
create inverse create inverse for current context
create multi inverse create inverse for all context in context list
x = foo: bah set x (the default ket) to |foo: bah>
id display the default ket/superposition
s, store set x to the result of the last computation
. repeat last computation
i interactive history
history show last 30 commands
history n show last n commands
save history save console history to file
-- comment ignore, this is just a comment line.
if none of the above process_input_line(C,line,x)
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by Garry Morrison
email: garry -at- semantic-db.org