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UCADIA
Patents Pronouncement

COMPLETE SPECIFICATION
STANDARD PATENT

Ucadia Classification System
A classification system for the identification and association of theoretical and real
world objects and universal language components into a consistent nonduplicating relationship structures.

The present invention is a system for the identification
and association of theoretical and real world objects and
universal language components into a consistent nonduplicating relationship structures.

Patent: U001
Patent Granted Exclusive, Universal, Irrevocable Copyright,
Intellectual Property, Trademark, Commercial and Legal Rights
consistent and superior with International Patent, Copyright and
Trademark Law and associated Treaties
Patent Pronounced: 7th August 2009 5:06: 03:04:01:02 AM
Granted: By Pronouncement by Author, Owner and Architect of UCADIA,
The Architect, Frank Anthony of the Clann O’Collins having dominion over
the whole Earth and Sea in exercising his legal and sovereign right to
pronounce such Patent by issue of unique identifier consistent with original
legal due process upon the expiry of objection.
Patent No: U001
Patent Name: UCADIA Classification System
Patent Issued: For the whole planet Earth, including all Land, Sea, and
Atmosphere; the whole Solar System including all other Planets.
Patent Owner: UCADIA Society and all its agents, subsidiary organs and
members by deed of transfer under the Pronouncement of Surrender of
UCADIA by the Architect.
Period of Exclusive Patent Issue: 1000 years.

Background
Field of Invention
[001] This invention relates to a wide cross section of fields of science and
sociology including: Natural Language, Semantics, Computer Science and
Artificial Intelligence research in the most efficient identification and
classification system of real world and theoretical objects associated by nsets that are then assembled in meaningful statements for the transmission
meaning.
Background of the Invention
[002] While Natural Language systems may differ in their use of Symbols
and rules of approach (Grammar), the majority of Natural Languages share
a common approach to classifying words and syntactic elements. This
common approach is to use the traditional method of classifying common
items according to the grouping of generalized “functional” Sets being
Nouns, Verbs, Adverbs and Adjectives and Pronouns.
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[003] Numerous new systems of classification for real world and theoretical
objects including their assembly into sentences of meaning have been
claimed while still based on this traditional method of grouping words by
functional Sets. For example an accepted method proposes a definition
and classification method of common Nouns and Adverbs, Verbs found in
the English language. Patented program languages such as Microsoft C#
disclose a slightly different approach choosing an alternate classification
method to be used in a similar fashion to conventional rules of grammar
assembly.
[004] While such examples show a degree of innovation by applying some
slight variation to the common classification methods of language, they
carry the same inherent flaws of duplication of function for numerous words
that belong to more than one primary functional Set (i.e. Nouns, Verbs,
Adverbs and Adjectives and Pronouns).
For example a word such as black may be considered a Noun, a Verb and
an Adjective, depending upon its context. These “exceptions” necessarily
rules of classifying words to one or more particular Sets when dealing with
computational language solutions.
[005] A further limitation on the traditional functional Set method of
classifying words in Natural Languages is the absence and ambiguity of
clearly defined and consistent sub-sets. For example Verbs are traditionally
classified by function in context i.e. reflexive, transitive/intransitive and
auxiliary are examples of different classifications. However, the
classification of sub-sets of words within major functional categories is even
more complex.
As a result, just determining the major functional classification and subclassification of words within most Natural Language systems produces
significant numbers of rules in itself.
[006] Yet a further deficiency of duplication exists within most Natural
Language systems whereby individual words may be assigned more than
one meaning and that more than one words of a different representation
may be used for the same meaning.
[007] Where the opposite exists in strongly hierarchical languages such as
Microsoft C# , the language still assumes an overly restricted classification
of key words to a simplified set structure so that a word may only belong
generically to one class of meaning.
[008] Prior art searches have not discovered a similar example of the
present invention whereby a completely new classification system for
natural languages that directly eliminates duplication of function, simplifies
rules of classification and clarifies straightforward methods for establishing
sub categories for the elements of common language beyond merely the
adoption of an alternate set of symbolic representations has yet been
attempted.
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[009] One object of the Ucadia Classification System is to provide a simple,
non-duplicating method to assign one meaning to one identifiable element
so that the challenge of multiple meanings per word and multiple words
having the same meaning may be eliminated in a unique classification
system.
[010] Another object of the Ucadia Classification System is to provide set
classification system whereby all identifiable elements of meaning may be
associated to others by virtue of the association of sets, rather than the
attachment of additional meanings to the same identifier, thus enabling
additional meanings to be assigned but belonging to its membership to a
set and/or sub set.
[011] Another object of the Ucadia Classification System is to provide a
classification system for the key elements of communicating meaning
whereby the basic concepts of tense, perspective and intent may be
combined into one identifier set thus simplifying the transmission of these
elements in a statement. By combining these elements, the traditional
confusions and mistakes caused by errors of tense, of perspective and
intent may be eliminated.

Definitions and cross references
Definitions
“Adjective”

“Adverb”

a word serving as a modifier of a Noun to denote a quality of
the thing named, to indicate its quantity or extent, or to
specify a thing as distinct from something else.
a word typically serving as a modifier of a verb, an adjective,
another adverb, a preposition, a phrase, a clause, or a
sentence, expressing some relation of manner or quality,
place, time, degree, number, cause, opposition, affirmation,
or denial.

“Clause”

A group of words containing a Subject and Predicate and
functioning as a member of a complex or compound
sentence.

“Grammar”

The study and set of rules governing the use of a particular
natural or artificial language.

“Natural
Language”

A written and/or spoken language found to be in common use
for general-purpose communication.

“Noun”

Any member of a class of words that typically can be
combined with determiners to serve as the subject of a verb
and refer to an entity, quality, state, action, or concept.

“Phrase”

A word or group of words forming a syntactic constituent with
a single grammatical function.

“Predicate”

Part of a sentence or clause that expresses what is said of

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the subject and that usually consists of a verb with or without
objects, complements, or adverbial modifiers. With the
Subject, it is considered the second constituent element of a
Sentence.
“Preposition”

A word that typically combines with a Noun to form a phrase
which usually expresses a modification or Predication.

“Pronoun”

A word that substitutes for a noun or noun phrase with or
without a determiner.

“Semantics”

The aspects of meaning that are expressed in a language,
system, or other form of representation.

“Sentence”

A word, Clause, or Phrase or a group of clauses or phrases
forming a syntactic unit which expresses an assertion, a
question, a command, a wish, an exclamation, or the
performance of an action, that in writing usually begins with a
capital letter and concludes with appropriate end punctuation,
and that in speaking is distinguished by characteristic
patterns of stress, pitch, and pauses.

“Set”

A number of concepts and/or real world objects of the same
kind that belong or are used together.

“Syntax”

The study of the rules, or "patterned relations", that govern
the way words combine to form phrases and phrases
combine to form sentences

“Verb”

A word that usually denotes an action, an occurrence, or a
state of being.

Brief Abstract of Invention
[012] The Ucadia Classification System is a system based on several
primary components being objects and concepts (called DA) and their
associated attributes that modify them (called MODIFIERS), bridge
associations between concepts and objects (called RELATORS),
associations that bridge between DA and MODIFIERS and/or RELATORS
(called ASSOCIATORS) and tense/perspective (called TENSORS). All
these components are used to construct a rich possible variety of combined
meaningful statements (called DIA).
[013] All components of the Ucadia Classification System are based on the
(1) consistent classification of Concepts and real world objects to one DA;
and (2) the classification of DA to one or more SETS. A Real world object is
any thing that can be measured in some way and is recognized as having
both a unique existence and unique identification. A concept is any thing
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that can be described as having a theoretical existence, but cannot be
proven as yet to have a measurable real world existence.
[014] Concepts and real world objects are considered distinct from words of
different languages in that a word may be used to describe more than one
concept and/or real world objects, either through historical association
and/or use of the word in different context.
[015] All components of the Ucadia Classification System are based on the
use of consistent classification method that identifies once concept/real
world object = one DA. Therefore a word cannot be seen as an
approximation of a DA as one word might be associated with several DA’s
recognizing the multiple meanings associated with a word.
A DA is not permitted to have more than once concept or real world object
association. Therefore all DA are considered unique and non-repeating.
[016] SETS are defined as the grouping of one or more DA by a certain
characteristic. All SETS belong to one or more higher SETs. Excluding DA
represented as having a special purpose as a primary element (eg
ASSOCIATOR), all DA belong to one base SET. The membership to a SET
automatically gives a DA additional meaning.
[017] Primary elements of the present invention such as ASSOCIATORS,
RELATORS, MODIFIERS and TENSORS are the only example of DA
belonging to more than one base SET. For example, the Position class of
ASSOCIATORS is a class of DA (concepts) and is also a class of
ASSOCIATORS. All primary elements of the present invention and their
classes are firstly DA and then special sets.
[018] The set of DA SETS of the present invention also belong to each
other as sub-set components unto themselves so that (HUMAN LIFE) is a
major set on its own and a sub-set of (SELF-AWARE LIFE) is a major set
on its own and a sub-set of (LIFE) is a major set on its own and a sub-set
of (PLANET OBJECTS) is a major set on its own and a sub-set of
(STELLAR OBJECTS) is a major set on its own and a sub-set of
(GALACTIC OBJECTS) is a major set on its own and a sub-set of
(ELEMENTS) and (RELATIONSHIPS and MEASUREMENT) are major
sets on its own and a sub-sets of (UNIVERSE) is a major set on its own
and a sub-set of (ABSOLUTE).
[019] This folding of DA SETS into one another means that all HUMAN
LIFE DA have the richest additional meanings by belonging to sets than
any other major set of DA (eg Galactic or Stellar DA).
[020] MODIFIERS are a subset of components of the system of the present
invention which define characteristics that seek to qualify and/or “modify”
the state of a DA (object/concept). MODIFIERS are categorized into sets
such as: Name, Number, Position, Dimension (width, depth, height and
size), Form (Mass/density defines weight, thickness, hardness), Motion,
Temperature, Emotion and Colour.
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[021] RELATORS are a subset of components of the system of the present
invention that bind DA (concepts and objects) together in some specific
context. RELATORS are categorized into sets such as: Is & Operands,
Operands, Perspective, Position, Sets, Time, Intention and Consequence.
[022] TENSORS are a subset of components of the system of the present
invention that perform the multiple identification of tense, perspective (me,
you, us) and intent (mine, why?, how?). TENSORS are categorized into
sets such as: Statement (Base, As, What, Why, Where, When, How),
Question (Base, What, Why, Where, When, How), Intent (Wish, Want,
Need), Relator (If , While, Until), Force (Attraction, Repulsion), Modifier (So,
Therefore, But), Possession (Base, Give, Take, Lost, Found) and Answer
(Agree, Disagree).
[023] ASSOCIATORS are a subset of components of the system of the
present invention that define a specific association and/or action between
two objects/concepts (DA). ASSOCIATORS are categorized into sets such
as: Start, Stop, Come, Go, Belong, And, Or, Change.
[024] DIA is a combination of components of the system of the present
invention to form meaningful statements according to a set of rules called
the “Rules of forming valid DIA”. The first and primary rule is that a DIA
must contain either (1) one DA (object/concept) and another element
(TENSOR, RELATOR, MODIFIER), or at least (1) one TENSOR to be
valid. The second rule is that DIA must not contain more than 42 elements.
DIA themselves are categorized according to whether they conform to
traditional linear progression (single string of elements interpreted left to
right called LINEAR DIA), matrix (set of elements interpreted both left to
right and top down and across called MATRIX DIA), or dimensional
(interpreted as having more than two dimensions/directions of interpretation
simultaneously called DIMENSIONAL DIA). LINEAR DIA, are categorized
according to the main pivot elements, namely: DA, Tensor, Relator,
Modifier, Associator , Mix and Complex Linear. MATRIX DIA are
categorized according to it fundamental shape and interpretation, namely:
DA-Cross,
DA-star,DA-tri, DA-dual, Tensor-Cross, Tensor-star, Tensor-tri, Tensor-dual
and Complex Matrix.

Brief Description of the Drawings
[025] FIG. 1 is a list of the primary elements of the Ucadia Classification
System.
[026] FIG. 2 is a list of the Purpose Sets of the Ucadia Classification
System

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[029] FIG. 3 is a list of the Common Meaning Sets of the Ucadia
Classification System
[027] FIG. 4 is a list of the ALL DA set elements of the Ucadia Classification
System.
[028] FIG. 5 is a list of the DA ABSOLUTE SUB SET elements of the
Ucadia Classification System.
[029] FIG. 6 is a list of the MODIFIER set elements of the Ucadia
Classification System.
[030] FIG. 7 is a list of the RELATOR set elements of the Ucadia
Classification System.
[031] FIG. 8 is a list of the ASSOCIATOR set elements of the Ucadia
Classification System.
[032] FIG. 9 is a list of the TENSOR set elements of the Ucadia
Classification System.
[033] FIG. 10 is a list of the TENSOR SUB-SET elements of the Ucadia
Classification System.
[034] FIG. 11 is a list of the DIA set elements of the Ucadia Classification
System.
[035] FIG. 12 is a list of the DIA SUB-SET elements of the Ucadia
Classification System.

Abstract
[036] The system of the Ucadia Classification System and its primary
components is shown in FIG 1 Primary Elements of system including (DA)
being objects and concepts, (MODIFIERS) being their associated
properties, (RELATORS) being the properties of relationships between
object and concepts and relators themselves, (ASSOCIATORS) being
common associations between objects and concepts and their properties;
and (TENSORS) being tense/perspective and intent; the combination of
these primary components forming constructs of consistent meaning known
as (DIA).
[037] The hierarchy of PURPOSE is shown in FIG. 2 whereby all possible
singular or combinations of DA (objects and concepts) may be defined into
six (6) levels by their complexity and functional purpose with the least
complex and lowest level being all DA. In turn, combinations of 2 or more
DA form a DIA (statement). In turn, combinations of 2 or more DIA form an
IDEA (argument). In turn 2 or more IDEAS form an IDEAL (concept). In

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turn, 2 or more IDEALS form a MODEL (theory). Finally, all MODELS form
a single concept known as UCADIA, the Universe of DIA.
[038] The hierarchy of COMMON MEANING is shown in FIG 3. whereby all
possible sets of DA, DIA, IDEA, IDEAL, MODEL may be categorized. The
lowest category is of common meaning is a category of DA, known as DAT.
The next highest category is a category of DIA known as DATA. The next
highest category is a category of IDEAS known as DATUM. The next
highest category is a category of IDEALS known as KNOSIS. The next
highest category is a category of MODELS known as WISDOM. The
highest category is ALL.
[039] The set of DA elements (objects and concepts) is shown in FIG. 4
and represents ten (10) sets, which themselves are then broken down into
further sub-sets for example ABSOLUTE DA SUB-SET FIG. 5 which itself
may be broken down into further sub-sets so that the total number of
individual DA items is not limited by total size.
[040] The set of DA elements of the present invention described in FIG 4
also belong to each other as sub-set components unto themselves so that
FIG 4. (9) (HUMAN LIFE) is a major set on its own and a sub-set of FIG 4.
(8) (SELF-AWARE LIFE) is a major set on its own and a sub-set of FIG 4.
(7) (LIFE) is a major set on its own and a sub-set of FIG 4. (6) (PLANET
OBJECTS) is a major set on its own and a sub-set of FIG 4. (5) (STELLAR
OBJECTS) is a major set on its own and a sub-set of FIG 4. (4)
(GALACTIC OBJECTS) is a major set on its own and a sub-set of FIG 4.
(3) (ELEMENTS) and FIG 4. (2) (RELATIONSHIPS and MEASUREMENT)
are major sets on its own and a sub-sets of FIG 4. (1) (UNIVERSE) is a
major set on its own and a sub-set of FIG 4. (0) (ABSOLUTE).
[041] The set of MODIFIERS, being the associated properties of DA is
shown in FIG. 6 and represents nine (9) sets, so that the total number of
individual MODIFIER items is a fixed and known size.
[042] The set of RELATORS, being the properties of relationships between
object and concepts and relators themselves of DA is shown in FIG. 7 and
represents eight (8) sets, so that the total number of individual RELATOR
items is a fixed and known size.
[043] The set of ASSOCIATORS, being common associations between
objects and concepts and their properties of DA is shown in FIG. 8 and
represents four (4) sets, so that the total number of individual
ASSOCIATOR items is a fixed and known size.
[044] The set of TENSORS, being tense/perspective and intent is shown in
FIG. 9 and represents eight (8) sets, which themselves are then broken
down into further sub-sets
FIG 10. so that the total number of individual TENSOR items is a fixed and
known size.
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