"Systematic as in methodical, procedural. A network of facts which is connected by a welldefined method or procedure for moving between them. This is not a mathematical definition, so please don't pick it apart (philosophy teaches us that this is pointless i.e. you could not even define the word 'game' in such a way that I could not pick it apart), the only point is that you get the idea that the phrase was trying to convey."
How are the following things not systematic?
 Theorems, principles, and axioms, laws, etc. from Mathematics, CS, Physics, Chemistry, etc...
 Explanations of how to carry out common computational procedures by hand; or, if you will, listings of algorithms for common computational problems and their uses.
This should be a computational knowledge engine, not a computational fact engine. There is a difference between a collection of random facts and knowledge. If you have knowledge of recurrence relations, you can not only solve them, but explain them and provide references and/or the steps used in solving them, including algorithms and other topics.
