AI Semantic Networks MCQ Questions

This section focuses on "Semantic Networks" in Artificial Intelligence. These Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) should be practiced to improve the AI skills required for various interviews (campus interviews, walk-in interviews, company interviews), placements, entrance exams and other competitive examinations.

1. Semantic nets originally proposed in?

A. 1950
B. 1960
C. 1970
D. 1980

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2. Semantic nets originally proposed by?

A. Andrew Ng
B. M. Ross Quillian
C. Demis Hassabis
D. Yoshua Bengio

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3. As nodes are associated with other nodes semantic nets are also referred as?

A. Associative nets
B. Structure nets
C. Knowledge nets
D. Arcs nets

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4. In semantic nets, to find relationships among objects are determined by spreading activation out from each of 2 nodes and identify where the activation meets. This process is called?

A. Associative Search
B. Object Search
C. Knowledge Search
D. Intersection Search

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5. Which of the following are correct advantage of Semantic nets?

A. Easy to understand
B. Efficient in space requirement
C. Easy to visualise
D. All of the above

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6. _______ defines the relationship between a term denoting the whole and a term denoting a part of, or a member of, the whole.

A. Holinymy
B. Holonymy
C. Holonimy
D. Holonimi

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7. What is true about semantic net?

A. A way of representing knowledge
B. Semantic network are Data Structure
C. Semantic network are Data Type
D. None of the above

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8. Which of the following are the Semantic Relations used in Semantic Networks?

A. Meronymy
B. Holonymy
C. Hyponymy
D. All of the above

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9. A denotes opposite of B is?

A. Synonymy relation
B. Antonymy relation
C. Both A and B
D. None of the above

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10. Which of the following is true?

A. A is a kind of B is Synonymy relation.
B. A is superordinate of B is Synonymy relation.
C. A is part of B is Synonymy relation
D. None of the above

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