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AutoresHilda María Madera Estefany Arroyo Durango Adán Gómez Salgado Manuel Fernando Caro Piñeres
CARINA is a metacognitive architecture for cognitive agents that have an algorithmic knowledge profile that is a profile that has the local state of a cognitive function in the form of local algorithmic states. The semantic representation of knowledge is essential to achieve a mechanism that protects the information that a cognitive agent gathers from the world and from himself. This article presents a semantic representation of an algorithmic knowledge profile; this semantic representation in the CARINA architecture is necessary to identify the information found in an algorithmic knowledge profile and thus be able to access it for the location of reasoning failures. Subsequently, a Profile of Algorithmic Knowledge is presented in the form of belief that is the minimum unit of declarative knowledge in the semantic memory of CARINA.