The unicist standard language was developed to manage the functionality of the real world. It allows defining and describing the concepts and fundamentals of things, which are defined by their ontogenetic maps. The use of this language is necessary to read these maps and their use to build the necessary binary actions to make things happen.
It is a universal language like mathematics. Like musical language, it has its own semiotics, semantics, and grammar. The unicist standard language is a conceptual language that uses natural language and the unicist logic to define ontogenetic maps that describe the functionality of adaptive environments.
Unicist standard language allows dealing with the concepts of things, emulating the way they are stored in the brain, and translating them into natural language to define actions that can be communicated to people who do not manage the concepts of a specific field.
The unicist standard language has its grammar, syntax, and semantics, and can be shared with anyone who can read the language. It was created by Peter Belohlavek to describe, define and manage the functionality, dynamics, and evolution of adaptive environments.
Both mathematical language and unicist standard language emulate solutions in different fields, using different codes. They are both a sort of metalanguage that is integrated with other languages to work in the real world. Data-based AI uses mathematical language while fundamentals-based AI uses unicist standard language.
The objective of this information is proving an initial guide to use ontogenetic maps in the business world. It provides the grammar and the semantics that establish the framework to use the functionalist approach.
It is required that the participants understand the ontogenesis of this approach, which is the discovery of the structure of the ontogenetic intelligence of nature and the consequent unicist logic that emulates the intelligence of nature.
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