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andries [9. Gellish Documentation]
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 ====== Outline of Gellish ====== ====== Outline of Gellish ======
  
-The Gellish semantic modeling methodology is based on an integrated information architecture,​ which means that it is about the integration of +The Gellish semantic modeling methodology is based on an integrated information architecture,​ which means that it covers ​the integration of 
   * a taxonomy and ontology that contains a definition of the Gellish formal language with its syntax and semantics about concepts and kinds of relations and expressions ​   * a taxonomy and ontology that contains a definition of the Gellish formal language with its syntax and semantics about concepts and kinds of relations and expressions ​
   * dictionaries with natural language specific terminology and textual definitions which define natural language specific variants of the Gellish family of formalized languages   * dictionaries with natural language specific terminology and textual definitions which define natural language specific variants of the Gellish family of formalized languages
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-==== 2.1 Formal ​languages ====+==== 2.1 Gellish formal ​languages ====
  
  
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-Gellish English uses terminology from natural English, nevertheless Gellish ​may also be called a [[http://​en.wikipedia.org_wiki_formal_language|formal language]] that is computer interpretable, because it limits the language to a formally defined, and computer interpretable subset of a natural languageHowever, Gellish English ​does not define ​its own vocabulary, ​but select ​from the English vocabulary ​as is defined ​in the electronic Gellish English Taxonomic Dictionary or in user defined Domain Dictionaries. Thus the Gellish English Dictionary provides standardized terminology that can be used as a '​common language'​ in application systems. Typically it can be used to enhance conventional databases by standardizing their content and thus simplifying data integration and data exchange between systems. For example, the standard terminology and concept definitions can be and is used for standardizing the content of multiple implementations of systems, such as ERP, PLM and EDMS systems, that need to share or exchange data.\\+Gellish ​Formal ​English uses terminology from natural English, nevertheless Gellish ​limits the language to a formally defined, and computer interpretable subset of a natural language. Therefore, it is called a [[http://​en.wikipedia.org_wiki_formal_language|formal language]] that is computer interpretable. ​This does not mean that Gellish English defines ​its own vocabulary, ​because its terms are selected ​from the English vocabulary ​and included ​in the electronic Gellish English Taxonomic Dictionary or can be added via user defined Domain Dictionaries. Thus the Gellish English Dictionary provides standardized terminology that can be used as a '​common language'​ in application systems. Typically it can be used to enhance conventional databases by standardizing their content and thus simplifying data integration and data exchange between systems. For example, the standard terminology and concept definitions can be and is used for standardizing the content of multiple implementations of systems, such as ERP, PLM and EDMS systems, that need to share or exchange data.\\
 The formalization implies a simplification,​ for example through elimination on the need for using plural terms, replacement of the variety of tenses such as past and future tense by the use of explicit times when required, elimination of the variety of word sequences between statements and questions by addition of intentions, etc. The formalization implies a simplification,​ for example through elimination on the need for using plural terms, replacement of the variety of tenses such as past and future tense by the use of explicit times when required, elimination of the variety of word sequences between statements and questions by addition of intentions, etc.
  
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-**//​Continue with// **  [[:​basic_principles|Basic principles]] +**//​Continue with// **  [[:​basic_principles|How to start writing Gellish]] 
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