- AKA: Semantic Record.
- It can have: Identifier, Label, Properties, ...
- It can range from being a Basic Concept Record (refer to a basic concept) to being a Concept Class Record (refer to a concept class).
- It can range from being an Entity Record (e.g. person record) to being a Relation Record.
- It can be in a Concept Record Semantic Relation with another Concept Record (e.g. via a Concept Reference Data Attribute.
- It can range from being an Active Concept Record to being a Passive Concept Record (such as in a concept database).
- It can referenced with a Concept Record Referencer.
- an Entity Record, such as a person record, or a citation record.
- a Word Sense Record.
- A Memory Record, such as one of The Eiffel Tower or of a book set (such as all books ever published).
- A KB Record, such as an ontology record for books.
- A Sensor Record, such as a temperature record.
- a Concept Page.
- See: Ontology, Conceptual Knowledge.
- (Carey, 2009) ⇒ Susan Carey. (2009). “The Origin of Concepts." Oxford University Press, ISBN:0199887918
- QUOTE: Concepts are units of thought, the constituents of beliefs and theories, and those that interest me here are roughly the grain of single lexical items. Indeed, the meanings of words are paradigm examples of concepts. I am concerned with the mental representation of concepts; I use phrases such as “the infant’s concept animal” to mean the infant’s representation of animals. I assume representations are states of the nervous system that have content, that refer to concrete or abstract entities, to properties, to events.