Xapagy cognitive architecture was designed to model and mimic the activities performed by humans. Xapi is a simplified, "pidgin" language tied to the internal representation model. A trained knowledge engineer can translate between English and Xapi at near-native speed.
The Xapagy cognitive architecture had been designed to perform narrative
reasoning: to model and mimic the activities performed by humans when
witnessing, reading, recalling, narrating and talking about stories. Xapagy
communicates with the outside world using Xapi, a simplified, "pidgin" language
which is strongly tied to the internal representation model (instances, scenes
and verb instances) and reasoning techniques (shadows and headless shadows).
While not fully a semantic equivalent of natural language, Xapi can represent a
wide range of complex stories. We illustrate the representation technique used
in Xapi through examples taken from folk physics, folk psychology as well as
some more unusual literary examples. We argue that while the Xapi model
represents a conceptual shift from the English representation, the mapping is
logical and consistent, and a trained knowledge engineer can translate between
English and Xapi at near-native speed.