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" Any mechanically embodied intelligent process will be comprised of structural ingredients that (a) we as external observers naturally take to represent a prepositional account of the knowledge that the overall process exhibits, and (b) independent of... "
Knowledge in Action: Logical Foundations for Specifying and Implementing ... - Page 2
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Designing Autonomous Agents: Theory and Practice from Biology to Engineering ...

Pattie Maes - Psychology - 1990 - 194 pages
...Smith. The Knowledge Representation Hypothesis: Any mechanically embodied intelligent process will be be comprised of structural ingredients that a) we as external observers naturally take to 3 We prefer to use dynamic vision to refer to vision which employs relative motion between observer...
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Signs, Search and Communication: Semiotic Aspects of Artificial Intelligence

René J. Jorna, Barend van Heusden, Roland Posner - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1993 - 377 pages
...embodied process with at least a claim for intelligence will be comprised of a particular configuration of ingredients that a) we, as external observers naturally take to represent a prepositional account of the knowledge that the overall process exhibits, and b) independent of such...
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Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology: Volume 25 - Supplement 10 ...

Allen Kent, James G. Williams - Computers - 1991 - 416 pages
...presented the methodological assumption called knowledge representation hypothesis (KRH): specifically, any mechanically embodied intelligent process will be comprised of structural ingredients that 1. External observers naturally take to represent a proportional account of the knowledge that the...
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Music and the Cognitive Sciences 1990: Proceedings of Cambridge Conference ...

Ian Cross, Irène Deliège - Music - 1993 - 349 pages
...representation is the knowledge representation hypothesis. It is summarized by Brian C. Smith (1982) as follows: Any mechanically embodied intelligent process will...as external observers naturally take to represent a prepositional account of the knowledge that the overall process exhibits, and b) independent of such...
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Philosophy and AI: Essays at the Interface

Robert Cummins, John Pollock - Philosophy - 1995 - 316 pages
...is not easy, but Brian Cantwell Smith's Knowledge-Representation Hypothesis is fairly well accepted: Any mechanically embodied intelligent process will...as external observers naturally take to represent a prepositional account of the knowledge that the overall process exhibits, and b) independent of such...
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Reliable Software Technologies - Ada-Europe 2004: 9th Ada-Europe ...

Albert Llamosi, Alfred Strohmeier - Computers - 2004 - 331 pages
...include explicit knowledge bases. This methodological assumption was captured by B. Smith [3, p. xiv] as the Knowledge Representation Hypothesis: "Any mechanically...as external observers naturally take to represent a prepositional account of the knowledge that the overall process exhibits, and b) independent of such...
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Creating Spatial Information Infrastructures: Towards the Spatial Semantic Web

Peter van Oosterom, Sisi Zlatanova - Technology & Engineering - 2008 - 216 pages
...knowledge representation hypothesis, formulated by Brian Smith in his 1982 Ph.D. thesis (Smith 1982, 15): Any mechanically embodied intelligent process will...as external observers naturally take to represent a prepositional account of the knowledge that the overall process exhibits, and b) independent of such...
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