A semantic description of a behavioral pattern.
According to M. BODEN: "Scripts and frames can be thought of as special cases of semantic nets. They represent the conceptual skeleton of a familiar idea – such as how one should behave in a restaurant, or what it is to be a room, or a molecule. In other words thay are schematic outlines of a tiny part of conceptual space. Like semantic nets in general, they can be modelled by connectionist systems… Scripts concern socially recognized ways of behaving (involving the roles of customer and waiter, for instance)" (1990, p.97).
Current A.I. scripts are thus far more limited than mental scripts
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