compile out" the KB and distribute this knowledge to the procedures that need it, as we did in the first program? The performance of the system would certainly be better. It can only slow a system down to have to look up facts in a KB and reason with... The Logic of Knowledge Bases - Page 82016Limited preview
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Ronald J. Brachman, Hector J. Levesque - Computers - 2004 - 381 pages
...programs of the previous section: What advantage, if any, does the knowledge-based one have? Wouldn't it be better to "compile out" the KB and distribute this...what actions to take. Indeed, advocates within AI of what has been called procedural knowledge take pretty much this point of view. When we think about...