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How a cognitive object looks like?
A cognitive object could be from an item of a Catalog to a summary of a Website. In the FIRST methodology, oriented to retrieve the Web intelligence spread all over the Web space at any moment, cognitive objects are named i-URL’s, which stands for “intelligent description of Websites hosted in the URL’s”. Concerning Catalogs the URL could be replaced by the real object itself that is an “intelligent description of the real content”, for instance a shoe, a machine part, etc.

This unit of knowledge has three sections: header, body, and footer. The header has a set of parameters (up to 30) that fully defines the taxonomy of the Website hosted in the URL; the body, a comprehensive description of the URL content; and the footer, a set of parameters that properly handled by intelligent agents will tell FIRST, at any moment, the whole object history. These footer behave as “virtual chips” attached to the objects, telling their whole history from cradle to grave: how, where, and when they were requested, seen, selected, activated, rejected, criticized, repaired, updated, and many other possible instances. These virtual chips are continuously updated by trackingbots, agents that take care of users’ tracking login.


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