· structured-concept-(modelConceptStructured | Mcs) is a-MODEL of a-human-concept[a] OUTSIDE of a-human-brain comprised of:
1) a TITLE: the-main-name of the-concept[a] and
2) a list of ATTRIBUTES: which are the related concepts of the-concept[a].
· the-goal of structured-concept creation is the-creation of MONOSEMANTIC, consistent, and complete information, readable by humans AND machines.
· attribute-of-Mcs[a] is any Mcs[b] related to Mcs[a]. 
· division--Mcs-att is the-SET of attributes of the-Mcs that make-up the-Mcs (= same referent) divided on ONE attribute.
· there-are no overlappings and no holes in the-attributes of the-division.
· the-attributes of one-concept can-have many divisions. 
complement of att (1.1.1)
· in ONE division all the-other attributes of an-attribute[a] is the-complement of attribute[a] ON this division. 
· dichotomous-division is a division with 2 members, the one that has the attribute and the other that has not.
· it is the simplest and clearest one. 
· part--Mcs-att is an attribute of the Mcs we view as internal | intrincic to it. 
· partial-division--Mcs-att is a-division of the-part-attributes of a-Mcs. 
· partNo--Mcs-att is the complement of part-att. 
· a concept is a model of entities[a] inside a brain.
· a structured-concept is a computer-model of a concept.
· referent of a structured-concept is the set of entities[a]. 
· supporter of Mcs is the entity (human, group of humans, machine) that consider this Mcs as true. 
· author is the supporter who created the Mcs.
· description--Mcs-att is Mcs-text that IDENTIFIES a Mcs.
· a definition UNIQUELY IDENTIFIES a Mcs.
· a description is a part-att. 
· name-att is LISTS of name-instances.
· every language has a list. 
· name-instance is any entity linguistic (word construct) or not a-language uses to denote a Mcs. 
· title is the attribute that contains the most used name-instance. 
· main-name is the most used name of a Mcs.
· it is used to create the derived-names of a Mcs.
· overview is the first attribute of a Mcs. It contains the description and the name attributes. 
· definition-att is lists of definition-instances. 
· definition-instance--Mcs-att is Mcs-text that UNIQUELY IDENTIFY a Mcs in the shortest way.
· a Mcs has more than one definition-instances because our knowledge is structured at least in two fundamental structures: the-whole-part-tree and the-generic-specific-tree. 
· whole-att of a Mcs is list|s of whole-instances.
· whole is a partNo attribute. 
· whole-instance of Mcs[a] is another Mcs[b] which has as part the Mcs[a]. 
· whole-chain of Mcs[a] is a chain of whole-instances of Mcs[a] from its parent-whole to its most-whole (=Sympan). 
· wholeNo-att of a Mcs is the complement of whole attribute on partNo attribute. 
· evaluation of a Mcs is the cons and pros of the Mcs. 
· doing-att is list|s of attributes which are doings|processes. 
· evoluting of a Mcs describes the Mcs over time, its stages.
· everything is born and die.
· evoluting comprises the evoluting of the Mcs itself and the evoluting of its referent. 
· doingNo-att is the complement of doing-att. 
· generic--Mcs-att is one or more lists of generic-instances. 
· generic-instance of Mcs[a] is another Mcs[b] whose[b] attributes are and attributes of Mcs[a] but not the-opposite.
· the referent of a generic-instance of a Mcs is a superset of the referent of the Mcs.
· generic-chain of Mcs[a] is the-chain of generic-instances of Mcs[a] from parent-generic to most-generic-concept (= entity). 
· specific-att of Mcs[a] is one or more lists of specific-instances of Mcs[a] 
· specific-instance of Mcs[a] is another Mcs[b] if the attributes of Mcs[a] are and attributes of Mcs[b] and not the-opposite.
· also, the referent of a specific is a subset of the referent of its generic.
· specific-division--Mcs-att is a-division of the-specific-attributes of a-Mcs. 
· inherited-from of Mcs[a] attribute is an attribute of Mcs[a] which is AND attribute of a generic-concept of it[a].
· inherited-fromNo of Mcs[a] attribute is an attribute of Mcs[a] which is NOT attribute of a generic-concept of it[a].
· inherited-to of Mcs[a] attribute is an attribute of Mcs[a] which is AND attribute of a specific-concept of it[a].
· inherited-toNo of Mcs[a] attribute is an attribute of Mcs[a] which is NOT attribute of a specific-concept of it[a].
"· today's texts are unmanageable.
· just look at society's laws!
· in order to manage the enormous quantity of current information we need technology.
· automated-information or artificial-intelligence can-not-be-achieved by managing secondary-information (texts) which are models of primary-information.
· primary-information is-stored in human-brains as conceptual-models.
· automated-information can-be-achieved by managing primary-information.
· structured-concepts are the building blocks of MODELS of primary-information.
· next, we need computer-programs to manage structured-concept-models."
Information written in Mcs-format could be monosemantic (= one meaning) in contrast to today's multisemantic info, because everything can be defined and linked. Monosemanticity of info is a prerequisite for artificial-intelligence and correct translations. 
· consistent-info is info with no contradictions.
· it will-be-achieved from structureness.
· computer-programs will-validate the clear relations of structured-concepts and their positions in the two fundamental structures of a-Mcs-worldview: the-whole-part-tree and the-generic-specific-tree.
· complete-info is info with no wholes in its structure.
· like consistency it will-be-achieved from structureness. 
· a-Mcs is NOT 'objective', 'true', 'systematic', 'scientific', ... info.
· a-Mcs is the SUBJECTIVE view of a-brain (the-subject) with a degree of truth, but monosemantic, consistent, and complete info.
· with Mcs we create many Mcs-worldviews that model the same reality.
Structured-concepts-Mcs can be accessed DIRECTLY from any other structured-concept. Using special notation also helps searching related structured-concepts. 
· McsHitp is a-Mcs written in Hitp .
· it has as TITLE its main-name and CONTENT an-ordered-list with its attributes which are also McsHitp.
· Everipedia tutorial. 
· char, unit of written language, with direct access to more than 32,000 Unicode chars. 
· Bitcoin-network. 
· Ethereum-network. 
· EOS-network.