Teknik Language Specification fields 1-9

Invitation
Submitted by m_sabal on Fri, 04/30/2010 - 09:46

************************ Teknik Language Specification ************************
****************************** Topic Definitions ******************************

*1* A Teknik word consists of 20 characters:

*1.1* '7' indicates a question word
'8' indicates an expression whose head must agree
'9' indicates an expression that doesn't change
'a' indicates an abstract word or concept (love, think)
'b' indicates a prefix (beginning)
'c' indicates a concrete word or concept (apple, add)
'd' indicates a stock phrase (How are you?, I'm fine)
'e' indicates a suffix (ending)
'f' is N/A or unknown

*1.2* Part of speech
1 = noun
2 = verb
3 = adjective (or determiner)
4 = adverb
5 = preposition
6 = conjunction
7 = interjection
8 = question word
9..c = undefined
d = stock phrase
e = punctuation
f = N/A or unknown

*1.3* Specific parts of speech:
Noun:
1 = count
2 = noncount
3 = proper noun
4 = pronoun
5 = possessive noun
6 = possessive pronoun
Verb:
0 = intransative
1 = either vi or vt
2 = vt. requires a proper noun
3 = vt. requires any noun
4 = requires adjective
5 = requires gerund
6 = requires infinitive (may have separate subj.)
7 = requires a relative clause w/separate subj.
8 = requires both a direct and indirect object
9 = requires a quotation
a = requires a quotation and indirect object
b = requires a relative clause whose subj is the primary verb's DO
c = requires a quantity (absolute or circumlocutious)
d = auxiliary verb
e = modal auxiliary
Adjective:
1 = simple adjective
2 = article
3 = number
4 = proper possessive adj.
5 = possessive pronoun adj.
6 = capitalized adj. (e.g.,days of the week)
Adverb:
1 = transitional adv.
2 = sentence adv.
3 = central adv.
4 = adv-->verb at end of sent.
5 = adv-->adj.
6 = adv-->adv.
7 = adv. of motion (home, upstairs, east)
8 = adv. of time (everyday)
9 = adv. of frequency (always)
a = phrasal verb adv.
Preposition:
1 = preposition of location (in, on, next to)
2 = preposition of motion (to, up, down)
3 = preposition of time (at, before, after)
4 = preposition of relation (with, by)
Conj:
1 = local (This and that)
2 = verb (ate and ran)
3 = sentence (He did this and she did that)
4 = conditional (If/when)
5 = subordinate (while)

*1.4* Gender agreement | specificity agreement
1 = male
2 = female
3 = neuter
+0 = animate/specific
+3 = inanimate/specific
+6 = animate/general
+9 = inanimate/general
f = N/A or unknown

*1.5* Number agreement - changed 9/13/2006 to allow negative verbs
1 = neg. /I/ verb or singular noun
2 = neg. /You/ verb
3 = neg. /He.../ verb
4 = /I/ verb or singular noun
5 = /You 1/ verb
6 = /He.../ verb
7 = /We/ verb or double noun
8 = /You all/ verb
9 = /They/ verb or plural noun
a,b = undefined
c = neg. /We/ verb or double noun
d = neg. /You all/ verb
e = neg. /They/ verb or plural noun
f = N/A or unknown

*1.6* Case agreement
Noun/Adjective:
1 = NOM: subjective
2 = ACC: direct objective
3 = DAT: indirect objective
4 = prepositional
5 = LOC(1): locative (in motion)
6 = GEN: possessive
7 = LOC(2): locative (stationary)
8 = INS: instrumental (with x)
9 = VOC: vocative, form of address
Verb:
1 = plain
2 = gerund
3 = infinitive
4 = conditional
5 = command
6 = passive
7 = perfect
8 = (be able to)
9 = (have to)
a = adjectival
e = subj+plain verb contraction

*1.7* Tense marker
1 = present
2 = future
3 = past
4 = double future
5 = double past
6 = completed future
7 = completed past
8 = immediate present
9 = past --> now
a = experiential
f = N/A or unknown

*1.8* Participle marker
0 = state of being
1 = simple
2 = progressive
3 = perfect
4 = perfect progressive
+5 = motion

*1.9* Formality byte
0 = erroneous
1 = obscene
2 = very rude
3 = slightly rude
4 = informal (close friends)
5 = casual (family & acquaintances)
6 = polite (strangers & business)
7 = very polite (the boss)
8 = double formal
9 = triple formal
a = 4x formal
c = technical low
d = technical high
e = archaic
f = N/A or unknown

*** indices 10..20 (base 1) define the word, where the above define its
*** position in the language.

*** 1.10,11 define the general topic
*** 1.12,13 define subtopic I
*** 1.14,15 define subtopic II
*** 1.16 defines subtopic III
*** 1.17 defines subtopic IV
*** 1.18-20 define the actual meaning (or in some cases, value)

*2* A Teknik sentence contains 7 elements:

*2.1* Primary verb phrase
* A verb phrase consists of the primary action (or state) first, then
all modifiers following from the most to least significant (if
applicable).
* If more than one primary action is indicated, a sequence of strings
will be stored in the first location.
*2.2* Primary subject phrase
* The subject phrase states the doer directly, followed by the most
significant modifiers
*2.3* Primary direct object - as above
*2.4* Primary indirect object - as above
*2.5* Time reference, if any.
* The time reference could be a simple adverb, or a subordinate clause.
*2.6* Direction reference, if any
*2.7* Location reference, if any

*** Prepositional phrases are examined as subj. --> prep. --> obj.
*** Gerunds and infinitives are examined as direct objects or significant
modifiers. e.g., "A fat man wearing a tall hat should be standing in the
corner." --> (teknik codes would of course be substitued here -- this
is only to show order): {{be+standing,should},{man(gen) fat wearing
hat(gen) tall},{},{},{now+future},{},{in corner(spec)}}

Invitation

m_sabal

Sun, 05/22/2016 - 16:40

a32cffff5ff0205f1001 a/an
a326ffff5ff0205f1001 the

xxxxxxxxx90xxxxxxxxx ITIS.gov Taxonomic Database of species
xxxxxxxxx901xxxxxxxx ITIS.gov Hex representation of taxonomic serial number for Bacteria
xxxxxxxxx902xxxxxxxx ITIS.gov Hex representation of taxonomic serial number for Protozoa
xxxxxxxxx903xxxxxxxx ITIS.gov Hex representation of taxonomic serial number for Plantae
xxxxxxxxx904xxxxxxxx ITIS.gov Hex representation of taxonomic serial number for Fungi
xxxxxxxxx905xxxxxxxx ITIS.gov Hex representation of taxonomic serial number for Animalia
xxxxxxxxx906xxxxxxxx ITIS.gov Hex representation of taxonomic serial number for Chromista
xxxxxxxxx907xxxxxxxx ITIS.gov Hex representation of taxonomic serial number for Archaea
c1194fff59050002c17c fox
c1199fff59050002c17c foxes
c1194fff59050002c174 wolf
c1199fff59050002c174 wolves
c1194fff59050002c1d2 donkey
c1199fff59050002c1d2 donkeys
c1194fffe9050002c1d2 ass
c1199fffe9050002c1d2 asses
c1194fff59050002cdfb lion
c1199fff59050002cdfb lion
c1194fff59050002c0e8 mouse
c1199fff59050002c0e8 mice
c1194fff5905000b1725 dog
c1199fff5905000b1725 dogs
c1194fff59050002cdf6 cat
c1199fff59050002cdf6 cats
c1194fff59050002acb0 eagle
c1199fff59050002acb0 eagles
c1194fff59050002c1e5 sheep
c1199fff59050002c1e5 sheep
c1194fff59050002c1eb goat
c1199fff59050002c1eb goats
c1194fff59050002c13f bear
c1199fff59050002c13f bears
c1194fff59050002afd6 chicken
c1199fff59050002afd6 chickens
c1174fff59050002afd6 rooster
c1179fff59050002afd6 roosters
c1174fffe9050002afd6 cock
c1179fffe9050002afd6 cocks
c1184fff59050002afd6 hen
c1189fff59050002afd6 hens
c1194fff59050002a56f frog
c1199fff59050002a56f frogs