Here, in the section premises, you can specify statements about spatial relations between objects.
Each statement (so-called premises) consists of two objects and a relation between them.
An object is described by letters or word.
The relation must be chosen from the selection box.
Please note: empty fields are not considered for the problem input.
Number of Focus Operations
The principle idea of PRISM is to compute a difficulty measure for each relational problem. A source for difficulty (please refer to the theory section) are the number of model manipulations performed by the focus that represents the attention of the reasoner. This part presents all different operations and associated costs.
The generated answer of PRISM that resembles the response of the human subject and the logical evaluation of the answer.
For indeterminate problems it is necessary to store information for alternative models. This information is stored as an annotation.