This is where the name ADEPT comes from... it's an acronym.
It is also a premise that all order begins and ends in the interplay of the intrinsic ascription, the extrinsic description, the static entity, the dynamic process and the transcendent translation.
It consists of 40 building blocks, called rivulets, by which anything, and theoretically everything, be it material or abstract, can be modeled as a new kind of graph database.
A general overview of ADEPT
Learn ADEPT notation and diagraming.
Explore the expressive capabilities of ADEPT.
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Explore ADEPT's "ontological constructs" and how it defines meaning through a finite set of recognizable patterns.
The tile diagram above presents all 40 of the "building blocks", or rivulets of ADEPT in a grid.
Any of the ontological constructs of ADEPT can be assigned through a series of eleven steps which evaluate for specific patterns regarding a "considered node". The steps correspond to numbered abbreviations running from 0 to 10.
Parenthetical step numbers in the tile diagram evaluate as negative, while non-parenthetical step numbers evaluate as positive for the corresponding step.