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3.9 Autonomous semantic disambiguation

When a sentence is entered and its context (semantics) is not clear, the system can either:
• use deduction to determine which context is meant by the user;
• make an assumption, when the meant context cannot be determined, but when it is quite obvious;
• or ask a question, when the system has no clue about the context.

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