Sapiens Module Architecture
All KM applications are built around the Epistemological Kernel, an Application World Model that contains the knowledge the solution needs to perform its intended function and at least one interface for information to flow in and out of the application.
All sapiens applications contain three additional standard modules:
- The Common Knowledge Core
- The Natural Language Module
- The English Language Module
KM Application Module Architecture
Core modules for MK Applications consist of one or more data interfaces that can be either uni or bi-directional. The MIKOS engine abstracts interfaces allowing multiple lines of asynchronous communication into and out of model.
The application world models for MK Applications usually describe the system that is being monitored and/or controlled as a state model where the state of the top level system is automatically recognized based of the states of it’s subsystems. The architecture of the epistemological kernel facilitates modeling incoming data from multiple perspectives at the same time. For example, a system’s real-time operating state can be determined in parallel with maintenance states, reliability states or other status determinations.
Robotic Sapiens Module Architecture
A Robotic Sapiens solution is the result of simply combining the sapiens modules with the modules that monitor and control hardware or intrepret orther non-linguistic information. The world application model defines the intersection of knowledge about the user, the language that is specific to the application, and the user’s desires and intents with respect to the device. The device model monitors the health of the device and maps user intents into commands. The combination of the two custom model modules means that a robotic sapiens understands what you want and does what you say.