The work presents a new approach to the study of problems associated with the initial definition of the concept of “intelligence”. In work, intelligence is a property that ensures, at some level, the successful interaction of a subject or system with their environment, which is specified in the form of a subject area. For this, the subject area is modeled (smart modeling). Modeling is the process of representing a domain in which the subject must solve the corresponding problems.
The domain model is presented as a body of knowledge covering the constituent elements of this domain. Knowledge is a means of describing this model and is determined using a language that includes the logic of describing the corresponding entities of the subject area. Language properties are used to model some abstract formal structure in the form of a mathematical representation. The modeling process consists in a sequential transition from the description of the subject area to an interconnected structure of knowledge, associated with the constituent elements of this area, which are highlighted in the modeling process.
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