Concepts and characteristics of knowledge-based systems: selected and reviewed papers from the IFIP TC 10/WG 10.1 workshop, Mount Fuji, Japan, 9-12 November, 1987

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North-Holland, 1989 - Computers - 511 pages
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Contents

Human Experts and KnowledgeBased Systems
1
Prospects and Problems
23
Lets Stop the Dust from Collecting on OPS5
37
Discussion on Parallelism
59
Steps towards Practical Usage of Prolog
67
Reflection in KnowledgeBased Systems
81
A Preliminary Report
105
Logic Programming for Industrial Applications
137
Parallelism in Interpreters for Knowledge Representation Languages
297
Application of the Circumscription Technique to Various
315
Reasoning with Model Lattices
325
KnowledgeBased Problem Solving with Incomplete Knowledge Bases
349
Artificial Intelligence and Complex Dynamics
369
Open Systems and Computer Science
405
A Framework for Deducing Useful Answers to Queries
419
Issues in Knowledge Representation for Engineering Applications
441

How to get Preferred Reading in Natural Language Analysis
167
Architectures for Decision Making Under Uncertainty
175
The Distributed Knowledge Object Model DKOM and
199
Computer Architecture for Very Large Knowledge Bases
225
Concepts Design and Performance Analysis of
249
A Parallel Problem Solving Language for Concurrent Systems
267
Roles of a Vocabulary in KnowledgeBased Systems
457
Unification of Artificial Intelligence and Library
481
General Discussion and Workshop Summary
491
Participants List
507
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