Knowledge Representation: An AI Perspective

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Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1991 - Computers - 251 pages
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Most researchers to date in artificial intelligence has been based on the knowledge representation hypothesis, that is, the assumption that in any artificial intelligence (AI) programme there is a separate module which represents the information that the programme has about the world. As a result, a number of so-called knowlege representation formalisms have been developed for representing this kind of information in a computer.

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Contents

Some General Problems in Knowledge Representation
12
Logicbased Knowledge Representation Languages
30
Production Rules
80
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