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  1-10 of 35 Reviews about "Representations (Procedural And Rule-Based) (I.2.4...)": Date Reviewed
  Knowledge expansion over probabilistic knowledge bases
Chen Y., Wang D.  SIGMOD 2014 (Proceedings of the 2014 ACM SIGMOD International Conference on Management of Data, Snowbird, UT, Jun 22-27, 2014) 649-660, 2014.  Type: Proceedings

Extrapolating implicit facts from existing data using logic and rules enables the construction of a more semantically complete knowledge base. The authors present an approach that extends previous approaches based on a Markov logic net...

Aug 20 2014
  A formal ontology for temporal entities and its application in knowledge extraction
Zhang C., Wang G., Niu Z.  Digital libraries (Proceedings of the 8th ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, Pittsburgh PA, Jun 16-20, 2008) 476-476, 2008.  Type: Proceedings

There are multiple time ontologies that can be applied to guide knowledge-acquisition tasks. This paper describes a time ontology that can be applied to guide knowledge-acquisition tasks on a Chinese corpus....

Aug 29 2008
  How knowledge representation meets software engineering (and often databases)
Borgida A. Automated Software Engineering 14(4): 443-464, 2007.  Type: Article

The author of this invited paper teaches a master’s-level class on knowledge representation and its relation to software engineering and databases. He presents clear examples that illustrate the connections between the fields...

May 21 2008
  Data integration using semantic technology: a use case
Angele J., Gesmann M.  Rules and rule markup languages for the semantic Web (Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Rules and Rule Markup Languages for the Semantic Web,Nov 10-11, 2006) 58-66, 2006.  Type: Proceedings

A major problem for (typically large) organizations that has existed for many years is how to efficiently integrate and use data from diverse sources. Such data usually was developed by one group for itself, but has become of use to ot...

May 10 2007
  Knowledge representation and the semantics of natural language
Helbig H., Springer-Verlag New York, Inc., Secaucus, NJ, 2005. 647 pp.  Type: Book (9783540244615)

As stated in the preface, this book describes a knowledge representation method that can be used “as a universal knowledge representation paradigm in the human sciences, like linguistics, cognitive psychology, or philosophy o...

Feb 24 2006
  When mental models go wrong: co-occurrences in dynamic, critical systems
Besnard D., Greathead D., Baxter G. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 60(1): 117-128, 2004.  Type: Article, Reviews: (2 of 2)

The abstract of this paper leads potential readers to believe that the authors will discuss the phenomenon of false (or falsely interpreted) co-occurrences, that they will illustrate such phenomenon using, as an example, a commercial &...

Apr 13 2004
  When mental models go wrong: co-occurrences in dynamic, critical systems
Besnard D., Greathead D., Baxter G. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 60(1): 117-128, 2004.  Type: Article, Reviews: (1 of 2)

Many psychological factors affect human/machine interaction. The authors of this paper wish to call our attention to the neglected role of “mental models” in emergency decisions. Their presentation is centered aroun...

Apr 5 2004
  Optical music recognition: a coding theoretic approach
Homenda W. In Granular computing. Heidelberg, Germany: Physica-Verlag GmbH, 2001.  Type: Book Chapter

The problem of representing and using music notation for recognition and interpretation of a musical text is addressed in this paper. It makes a proposal for an optical recognition system....

Jul 8 2003
  Information granulation in automated modeling
Easley M., Bradley E. In Granular computing. Heidelberg, Germany: PHYSICA-VERLAG GMBH, 2001.  Type: Book Chapter

To examine the behavior of dynamic systems, hierarchical tools are needed to support the viewing and comprehension of complex system performance. Graphical tools to accomplish this purpose include Poincare Planes, which slice through 3...

Jun 20 2003
  Changes of problem representation: theory and experiments
Fink E., Physica-Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany, 2002. 355 pp.  Type: Book (9783790815238)

The fundamental problem of knowledge representation in artificial intelligence (AI) is addressed in this book. Most studies approach this problem by proposing tools capable of exploiting a single knowledge representation that is well a...

Mar 31 2003
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