Gellish is a historical text markup language created in 2005. Gellish is a formal language that is natural language independent, although its concepts have 'names' and definitions in various natural languages. Any natural language variant, such as Gellish Formal English is a controlled natural language. Information and knowledge can be expressed in such a way that it is computer-interpretable, as well as system-independent and natural language independent. Read more on Wikipedia...
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- Gellish first appeared in 2005
- See also: rdf, xml, owl
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Example code from Wikipedia:
- a UID of the fact that is expressed on this row in the table - a UID of the intention with which the fact is communicated or stored (e.g. as a statement, a query, etc.) - a UID of a left-hand object - a UID of a relation type - a UID of a right-hand object - a UID of a unit of measure (optional) - a string that forms a description (textual definition) of the left hand object.
Last updated October 20th, 2019