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andries [2. Searching for kinds of relations]
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andries [4. What makes the Gellish Dictionary a Smart Dictionary]
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     * It contains explicit relations of specified kinds between concepts. For example, kinds of roles that are specific for things of particular kinds (and their subtypes) are not only related to their supertype concept, but also to the kind of thing of which members are by definition playing such a role. These additional relations make that the dictionary is not only also a taxonomy but also an ontology.     * It contains explicit relations of specified kinds between concepts. For example, kinds of roles that are specific for things of particular kinds (and their subtypes) are not only related to their supertype concept, but also to the kind of thing of which members are by definition playing such a role. These additional relations make that the dictionary is not only also a taxonomy but also an ontology.
     * It can be integrated with expressions of knowledge and with documents (multi-madia files), thus making it also a knowledge base or encyclopedia.     * It can be integrated with expressions of knowledge and with documents (multi-madia files), thus making it also a knowledge base or encyclopedia.
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-The Gellish Dictionary itself defines the Gellish languages: it is a language defining ontology. ​ 
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     * Concepts are related to other concepts in various ways by explicit relations of standardized relation types. Those additional relations express additional knowledge about the concepts. This knowledge about the concepts can be used by computers, because such knowledge about a concept is inherited by all the subtypes of that concept in the subtype hierarchy (taxonomy).     * Concepts are related to other concepts in various ways by explicit relations of standardized relation types. Those additional relations express additional knowledge about the concepts. This knowledge about the concepts can be used by computers, because such knowledge about a concept is inherited by all the subtypes of that concept in the subtype hierarchy (taxonomy).
     * It uses one language independent unique identifier (a natural number) to represent each concept. This enables that facts that are expressed in one language can be automatically presented by a computer in any other language for which a dictionary is available.     * It uses one language independent unique identifier (a natural number) to represent each concept. This enables that facts that are expressed in one language can be automatically presented by a computer in any other language for which a dictionary is available.
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     * It is computer interpretable and system independent.     * It is computer interpretable and system independent.
  
 +The Gellish Dictionary itself defines the Gellish languages: it is a language defining ontology. ​
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