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Sigma KEE - ComputerDisplay

appearance as argument number 1

(disjoint ComputerDisplay Printer) ComputerInput.kif 168-168 ComputerDisplay is disjoint from printer
(documentation ComputerDisplay EnglishLanguage "A ComputerOutputDevice for displaying information on some sort of screen or other reusable visible output surface. This is contrasted with a Printer, which places a substance on a surface that is for practical purposes, permanent. A display may be part of a computer, a computer terminal, or a separate device. A single computer may be connected to multiple displays, either all remote, or one physically part of the computer and the other(s) remote.") ComputerInput.kif 162-167
(subclass ComputerDisplay ComputerOutputDevice) ComputerInput.kif 160-160 ComputerDisplay is a subclass of computer output device
(subclass ComputerDisplay DataDisplayDevice) ComputerInput.kif 161-161 ComputerDisplay is a subclass of DataDisplayDevice

appearance as argument number 2

(subclass ComputerScreen ComputerDisplay) ComputerInput.kif 178-178 ComputerScreen is a subclass of ComputerDisplay

appearance as argument number 3

(domain displayedUpon 2 ComputerDisplay) ComputerInput.kif 172-172 The number 2 argument of displayedUpon is an instance of ComputerDisplay


        (holdsDuring ?T
            (attribute ?X Booting))
        (holdsDuring ?T2
            (attribute ?X HostReady))
        (equal ?T2
                (WhenFn ?T)))
        (instance ?DIS ComputerDisplay)
        (connectedEngineeringComponents ?DIS ?X))
        (exists (?HS)
                (instance ?HS HomeScreen)
                (displayedUpon ?HS ?DIS))) Likely))
ComputingBrands.kif 3217-3231

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