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Label the diagram. 23. 4 Consider the following diagram describing properties of natural numbers: prime square even odd cubic Label the diagram with as few numbers as possible to obtain a valid concept lattice diagram (consistent with the properties of numbers). Show the corresponding formal context. Is there any natural number that does not fit the diagram? 5 Give an example of a lattice with both top and bottom elements that is not complete. Hint: such a lattice must consist of an infinite number of elements.
The list now contains all concept extents (and nothing else). 4. For every concept extent A in the list compute the corresponding intent A to obtain a list of all formal concepts (A, A ) of (G, M, I). 2 An example We illustrate the method by means of an example from elementary geometry. The objects of our example are seven triangles. 14. 4. 14: A formal context of triangles and their attributes. The pictures of the triangles have different scales 24 Chapter 1. Concept lattices 1. Write the attribute extents to a list.
We say that A is lectically smaller than B if the smallest element in which A and B differ belongs to B. Formally, A