In this paper, a postulation on the relationship between the memory structure of the brain’s neural network and the representation of information granules in the semantic web is presented. In order to show this connection, abstract operations of inducing information granules are proposed to be used for the proposed logical operations systems, hereinafter referred to as: analysis, reduction, deduction and synthesis. Firstly, the searched information is compared with the information represented by the thesaurus, which is equivalent to the auto-diagnosis of this system. Secondly, triangular norm systems (information perception systems) are built for fuzzy or vague information. These are fuzzy sets. The introduced logical operations and their logical values, denoted as problematic, hypothetical, validity and decidability, are interpreted in these fuzzy sets. In this way, the granularity of the information retrieval on the Web is determined according to the type of reasoning.
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