Dictionary and References of ADEPT Notation

Introduction

This dictionary of ADEPT terminology is broken into five sections:

  1. Graph Schema concerns the ADEPT terms pertinent to graphs.
  2. Trinary Logic of Secondary References concerns the terms used to express the rules that govern pattern recognition in ADEPT.
  3. Axiomatic Ontological Constructs concerns the terms used in identifying the primary patterns of recognizable meaning in an ADEPT instance.
  4. Derivative Ontological Constructs concerns the terms uses in identifying the secondary patterns of recognizable meaning in an ADEPT instance.
  5. Algorithmic Steps concerns a sequenced method for recognizing the ontological constructs and the rules of trinary logic of secondary references in order to apply the ADEPT notation as a graph schema.
  6. Reference Diagrams are helpful downloads for understanding the ADEPT schema.

Each section is followed by a helpful collection of diagrams pertaining to the content just presented.

Abbreviations of the terms used in diagramming are noted to the right of each entry.

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Sections

Graph Schema

  • Channels are limited relationships
  • Rivulets are contextualized nodes
  • Alyx is all content as properties

Trinary Logic of Secondary References

  • Considerations concern the 3 phases of logical evaluation
  • Secondary Reference concerns pattern recognition
  • Logic concerns permissible iterative patterns
  • Trinary concerns iterative effectiveness

Axiomatic Ontological Constructs

  • Depths are 3 states of determination
  • Pools are 4 perspectives on limitation
  • Natures are 5 roles in iteration

Derivative Ontological Constructs

  • Currents are causal
  • Waves are potential
  • Surfaces are actual

Algorithmic Steps

  • Algorithmic Steps summarize the logic and constructs of ADEPT to sequence the  determination and application of ADEPT notation as a graph schema in 11 steps.

Reference Diagrams of ADEPT

  • The Tile diagram arranges the rivulets by the axiomatic ontological constructs and displays the corresponding algorithmic steps to derive them.
  • The Trickle tree diagram groups the trickles under the branching of ontological constructs.

Graph Schema



Considerations

Axiomatic Ontological Constructs



Derivative Ontological Constructs



Algorithmic Steps


Reference Diagrams

The following files can be downloaded and can serve as helpful references to the ADEPT schema.

ADEPT tile diagram (pdf)

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Trickle Tree Diagram (pdf)

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