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Universal Language of Symbols and Terms Aided by Computer

ULSTAC

ANNOUNCEMENT OF ULSTAC

(Universal Language of Symbols and Terms Aided by Computer)

Dear Readers, we are plesed to announce we have under consideration ULSTAC, a constructed written and spoken language that could become universal because of its facility in learning and its precision in writing and spelling.

ULSTAC is a formal logic language with rules for good reasoning, writing, and speaking.

This work is intended to formulate a set of logic rules for good reasoning and easiest sentence construction in writing and speaking; it uses diacritics symbols ( mathematical and logic), and scientific and common terms.

With such symbols we can construct a universal formal language using any lexicon, terms natural (English, Chinese, Spanish, etc.), or constructed. Such a formal language is intended for being the easiest and most reliable we can imagine.

Every element of speech is enclosed into a diacritic (distinctive, functional) symbol such as ( ) for action, etc., which indicates its function in the speech that computers will translate into understandable sounds. No exception, and no duplications such as in natural languages. Therefore ULSTAC will be extremely easy in learning, writing, and speaking.

This set of rules is not intended for literary purposes, but for an easier communicative language. Literature, such as expressions of feelings is more pertinent to natural languages and their grammar and syntax.

The rules stated in this language are essentially related to logic, mathematics and science reasoning, aided by computer.

How do languages originate?

As natural languages originated by the human power of controlling sounds, so ULSTAC originates by the computer power of controlling, understanding, and translating symbols.

ULSTAC‘s phonetics shall be expressed as per the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA), and all terms used shall sound like in their original language.

EXAMPLES OF EXISTING UNIVERSAL LANGUAGES

Music

Painting

Sculpture

Mathematics

Logic

Semantics

Mimicry

Any further medium for communicating human thought intelligible with no further intermediation.

 

FORMAL LOGIC RULES

Logics used in ULSTAC clauses, sentences, and statements, following its appropriate semantics, or function shall be:

Formal logic, i.e. valid inference, vs. Informal logic, i.e. natural language

Symbolic logic (propositional/predicate)

Mathematical logic (Model theory, Set theory, Recursion, etc.)

First Order Logic

Second Order Logic

Many sorted logic

Infinitary logic

CLASSICAL LOGIC

Syllogism

Boolean

Frege’s logic

NON-CLASSICAL LOGIC

Fuzzy – Many-valued logic

Intuitionistic

Temporal

Linear

Modal (Doxastic; Dinamic; Interpretability; Provability; Regular)

Para-consistent

Relevance

Linear

Non-monotic

Computability

Descriptional/Propositional/Hybrid

Interior/Algebraic

Kripte’s Semantic.

LEXICON

Diacritic symbols of mathematics, science, and logic, pluscommon terms, aided by computer.

ULSTAC’s Lexicon will do a large use of terms coming from Greek ad Latin, because they are intelligible in most languages such as French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, English, and German too. Further, many English terms will be of current use, because nowadays they are to be considered as proper terms of most languages.

RULES

Rules of LUSTAC refer to good reasoning, the elements of a sentence, and the easiest and best sentence construction. Examples are given for each element of a sentence and best practices for constructing good reasoning.

A constructed language, contrary to any natural language, shall be based on the following criteria:

Simplicity

Extreme Precision

Absence of duplications

Correct use of logic

No redundancy

No exception to rules.

OPEN COLLABORATION

Everybody, since now, is welcomed to collaborate with us.

Responsible for this program is Enrico Furia. Please address to him any your suggestion, comment, action.

Thanks in advance.

10th March 2016

Enrico Furia

 


 

 

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