CSE 463/563, Spring 2005
Last Update: 19 February 2010
material is highlighted
Marvin Minsky (ed.),
Semantic Information Processing
(Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1968):
- The link to the paper is actually only to Section 1,
"The Advice Taker", which Brachman & Levesque call "the paper
that started it all".
of that website.
- Reprinted in:
Brachman, Ronald J.
Readings in Knowledge Representation
(Los Altos, CA:
Brought up to date in:
The Oldest Planning Problem in AI" [.ps file],
Jack Minker (ed.),
Logic-Based Artificial Intelligence
"Walking isn't a lost art: one must, by some means, get
to the garage."
American Humorist (1899–1995)
McCarthy's line of research has been continued not only
by McCarthy (visit his
website), but also by Doug Lenat's
Hayes, Patrick J. (1977),
"In Defence of Logic",
Proceedings of the 5th International Joint Conference on
Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI-77, MIT)
(Pittsburgh: Carnegie-Mellon University Department of Computer
Newell, Allen (1981),
"The Knowledge Level",
2(2) (Summer): 1-20.
- Longer(?) version later appeared as:
Newell, Allen (1982), "The Knowledge Level",
Artificial Intelligence, 18: 87-127.
Moore, Robert C. (1982),
"The Role of Logic in Knowledge Representation and Commonsense
Proceedings of the [2nd] National Conference on Artificial
Intelligence (AAAI-82, Pittsburgh)
(Los Altos, CA: William Kaufmann): 428-433.
- Longer version later appeared as:
Moore, Robert C. (1986), "The Role of Logic in Intelligent
Systems", in I. Benson (ed.), Intelligent Machinery:
Theory and Practice (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University
- The longer version was later reprinted as:
Moore, Robert C. (1995), "The Role of Logic in
Artificial Intelligence", in Robert C. Moore,
Logic and Representation (Stanford, CA:
CSLI Publications): 3-17.
Israel, David J. (1983),
"The Role of Logic in Knowledge Representation",
in Special Issue on Knowledge Representation,
Computer 16(10) (October): 37-41.
- A longer(?) version appeared later as:
Israel, David J. (1987), "Some Remarks on the Place
of Logic in Knowledge Representation",
Nick Cercone &
(eds.), The Knowledge Frontier:
Essays in the Representation of Knowledge
For a general overview of related issues, see:
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