assertion

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a declaration that is made emphatically (as if no supporting evidence were necessary)

the act of affirming or asserting or stating something

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This process forms new assertions in the assertional component of the KB (ABox) while the remaining 1500 segments, where errors occur, form the testing data.
In the presuppositional use, one asserts location and "presupposes" orientation; in the assertional use one asserts orientation, and (perhaps) presupposes location.
1), shows the distribution of assertional and presuppositional uses (Section 3.
1), and they have both assertional and presuppositional uses (see Section 3.
It is shown that Goemai speakers can resort to two different uses under this condition: an assertional use and a presuppositional use.
In the assertional use, speakers shift to nondefault locative verbs in order to highlight certain aspects of (i) the current position of the Figure or (ii) the current Ground.
The preceding section has shown that Goemai speakers--like speakers of other postural-type languages--can use the locative verbs in assertional and presuppositional ways.