### Table 3: Many-Valued Context for Documents

"... In PAGE 4: ... There is one index relation for each attribute tag. Table3 displays a Nebula context of documents (see Figure 2 in [1]). Nebula contexts are instances of the Concept Analysis notion of a many-valued context.... In PAGE 5: ...values in Nebula; and = fG a ! Da j a 2 Ng is an N-indexed collection of functions, called an information function, whose inverses correspond to the index relations in a Nebula context. The Nebula context of documents in Table3 is a many-valued context. The set of sorts is N = fproject; formatg, the set of objects is G = fplan1.... ..."

### Table 2. An example table for many-valued contexts

2001

"... In PAGE 6: ... In this paper we deal only with the conceptual scaling. Table2 is an example of many-valued contexts in our prototype domain. We build a concept lattice with a set of documents with their keywords as an outer structure.... ..."

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### Table 3: The nominal scales for the 4 many-valued attributes.

"... In PAGE 5: ...2 A Conceptual Time System The following Table 2 describes in some sense the apos;same apos; situation as Table 1. Indeed, Table 1 is the derived context of the conceptual time system given by Table 2 and the scales in Table3 . There are four apos;time objects apos; or apos;time granules apos;, labeled 1,2,3,4, interpreted as apos;pieces of time apos; during which some measurements took place.... In PAGE 5: ... By definition a conceptual time system contains also for each of its many-valued attributes a scale. In this example the scales are given by the following Table3 (using some abbreviations): ... ..."

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### Table 5.1: Left: Many-valued context representing the shared method signatures; Right: Scale Sa for the a method signature

### Table 2. An example table for many-valued contexts

2001

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### TABLE 2 3.3 Examples of non-truth functional many-valued seman- tics

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### Table 2.2: Many-valued context representing the vital statistics collected from 5 automobiles.

2005

### Tableaux expansion in Kimba starts with a set of pairs of the form VF: F where F is an initial closed formula and VF is a nite domain integer variable whose value is associated with the truth value of F. Functions are translated into relations in a preprocessing step. A formula F can be signed by the user with a truth value v indicating that F must be interpreted as v in all models. The value v is an integer that can range from 0 to n where n is the highest possible truth value in the many-valued logic considered. Initial formulas F are signed by default with n, and their sign immediately determines their truth variables VF.

1999

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