Formal Concept Analysis


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Formal Concept Analysis (FCA) is an paradigm of representing knowledge, based on the duality of attributes and objects that are related to each other through a binary incidence relation. The resulting structure is called a formal context, can equivalently represented as a complete lattice, and gives rise to numerous practical and theoretical applications.

My work in the area is mostly related to the logical and algebraic aspects of FCA.

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