x1 is a/the language/dialect used by x2 to express/communicate x3 (si'o/du'u, not quote).
x1 understands/comprehends fact/truth x2 (du'u) about subject x3; x1 understands (fi) x3.
This is an attempt to create a tool that can understand language.
At first, Toki Pona will be used. At a high level a toki pona sentence consists of four main parts:
- context phrase
- subject + descriptors
- verb + descriptors
- object + descriptors
You can describe a sentence as a form of predicate relation between those four parts. If you are told "Stacy purchased a tool for strange-plant", you can later then ask the program who purchased a tool for strange-plant.
Because a Toki Pona sentence always matches the following form:
[<name> o,] [context la] <subject> [li <verb> [e <object>]]
And the particle
seme fills in the part of a question that you don't know. So from this we can fill in the blanks with prolog.
Consider the following:
jan Kesi li toki. Cadey is speaking toki(jan_Kesi). jan Kesi en jan Pola li toki. Cadey and Pola are speaking. toki(jan_Kesi). toki(jan_Pola). jan Kesi li toki e jan Pola. Cadey is talking about Pola toki(jan_Kesi, jan_Pola). jan Kesi li toki e toki pona. Cadey is talking about toki pona. toki(jan_Kesi, toki_pona). ilo Kesi o, toki e jan Kesi. Robo-Cadey: talk about Cadey. command(ilo_Kesi, toki(ziho, jan_Kesi)). % ziho -> nothing in lojban (zi'o)
And then we can ask prolog questions about this sentence:
seme li toki? > toki(X). toki(jan_Kesi). jan Kesi li toki. toki(jan_Pola). jan Pola li toki.