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Conveyed concept is a set phrase that denotes a concept as understood or perceived. If someone explains an idea or if an idea is conveyed by some type of media then that idea or concept is a conveyed concept but in the mind of the person/people to whom it was conveyed it is a concept processed within the framework of their understanding of that concept. That concept, being either poorly or precisely conveyed, is now a concept as understood or processed by whomever it was conveyed to and can be referred to as a conveyed concept.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }} [1]</ref> <ref>Information and Cognitive Process-Peter K. Storkerson M.F.A. Ph.D.</ref> <ref>On Conceptual Struggles over “Testing”-Krzysztof M. Brzezi´nski-Warsaw University of Technology</ref>

In computer programming a conveyed concept refers to information sent from programmer to AI, computer-to-computer, human to computer, programmer to programmer, etc. In programming an AI program, the conveyed concepts of the AI program are used as building blocks to program new concepts, and it is important that the conveyed concepts are fine tuned in order to create the correct response. In programming, programs need to compare conveyed concepts in order to communicate a correct process or response. In this media the concepts being compared are not what was programmed (the code) but the response of the program so that the code can be changed to achieve the correct response.<ref>(page 106) Griffith University</ref><ref>Concept Based Optimization(Texas A&M University)</ref>

Because of the abstract nature of concept when paired with the word "conveyed", the word "conveyed" transitions to a slightly different meaning than its historical Linguistic meaning in Linguistic semantics. "Conveyed" has undergone somewhat of a Semantic change in that it is used as an adjective to express the understanding by someone of something that was communicated to them.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }} [2]</ref> This is especially true in the context of conveying meaning. In this context the actual material or words used to convey something to ‘Individual A’ is not the subject of the question - Instead, in this context, convey means what is 'Individual A's' understanding of what was conveyed.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }} [3]</ref>


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