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********** revision <robin <-> swan>. // Robin is similar to swan. <robin <-> swan>. %0.10;0.60% // I think robin is not similar to swan. 1 OUT: <robin <-> swan>. %0.87;0.91% // Robin is probably similar to swan.

********** comparison <swan --> swimmer>. %0.90% // Swan is a type of swimmer. <swan --> bird>. // Swan is a type of bird. 5 OUT: <bird <-> swimmer>. %0.90;0.45% // I guess that bird is similar to swimmer.

********** comparison <sport --> competition>. // Sport is a type of competition. <chess --> competition>. %0.90% // Chess is a type of competition. 5 OUT: <chess <-> sport>. %0.90;0.45% // I guess chess is similar to sport.

********** analogy <swan --> swimmer>. // Swan is a type of swimmer. <gull <-> swan>. // Gull is similar to swan. 5 OUT: <gull --> swimmer>. %1.00;0.81% // I think gull is a type of swimmer.

********** analogy <gull --> swimmer>. // Gull is a type of swimmer. <gull <-> swan>. // Gull is similar to a swan. 5 OUT: <swan --> swimmer>. %1.00;0.81% // I believe a swan is a type of swimmer.

********** resemblance <robin <-> swan>. // Robin is similar to swan. <gull <-> swan>. // Gull is similar to swan. 5 OUT: <gull <-> robin>. %1.00;0.81% // Gull is similar to robin.

********** conversions between inheritance and similarity <swan --> bird>. // Swan is a type of bird. <bird --> swan>. %0.10% // Bird is not a type of swan. 3 OUT: <bird <-> swan>. %0.10;0.89% // Bird is different from swan.

********** conversions between inheritance and similarity <swan --> bird>. // Swan is a type of bird. <bird <-> swan>. %0.10% // Bird is different from swan. 3 OUT: <bird --> swan>. %0.10;0.74% // Bird is probably not a type of swan.

********** conversions between inheritance and similarity <swan --> bird>. %0.90% // Swan is a type of bird. <bird <-> swan>? // Is bird similar to swan? 4 OUT: <bird <-> swan>. %0.90;0.47% // I guess that bird is similar to swan.

********** conversions between inheritance and similarity <bird <-> swan>. %0.90% // a bird is similar to a swan. <swan --> bird>? // Is swan a type of bird? 4 OUT: <swan --> bird>. %0.90;0.81% // A swan is a type of bird.

********** translating instance into inheritance <Tweety {-- bird>. // Tweety is a bird. IN: <{Tweety} --> bird>. %1.00;0.90% // Tweety is a bird.

********** translating property into inheritance <raven --] black>. // Ravens are black. IN: <raven --> [black]>. %1.00;0.90% // Ravens are black.

********** translating instance-property into inheritance <Tweety {-] yellow>. // Tweety is yellow. IN: <{Tweety} --> [yellow]>. %1.00;0.90% // Tweety is yellow.

********** set definition <{Tweety} --> {Birdie}>. // Tweety is Birdie. 7 OUT: <{Birdie} <-> {Tweety}>. %1.00;0.90% // Birdie is similar to Tweety.

********** set definition <[smart] --> [bright]>. // Smart thing is a type of bright thing. 5 OUT: <[bright] <-> [smart]>. %1.00;0.90% // Bright thing is similar to smart thing.

********** set definition <{Birdie} <-> {Tweety}>. // Birdie is similar to Tweety. 5 OUT: <Birdie <-> Tweety>. %1.00;0.90% // Birdie is similar to Tweety. OUT: <{Tweety} --> {Birdie}>. %1.00;0.90% // Tweety is Birdie.

********** set definition <[bright] <-> [smart]>. // Bright thing is similar to smart thing. 5 OUT: <bright <-> smart>. %1.00;0.90% // Bright is similar to smart. OUT: <[bright] --> [smart]>. %1.00;0.90% // Bright thing is a type of smart thing.

********** structure transformation <Birdie <-> Tweety>. %0.90% // Birdie is similar to Tweety <{Birdie} <-> {Tweety}>? // Is Birdie similar to Tweety? 2 OUT: <{Birdie} <-> {Tweety}>. %0.90;0.90% // Birdie is similar to Tweety.

********** structure transformation <bright <-> smart>. %0.90% // Bright is similar to smart. <[bright] --> [smart]>? // Is bright thing a type of smart thing? 2 OUT: <[bright] --> [smart]>. %0.90;0.81% // Bright thing is a type of smart thing.

********** backward inference <bird --> swimmer>. // Bird is a type of swimmer. <{?x} --> swimmer>? // What is a swimmer? 4 OUT: <{?1} --> bird>? // What is a bird?