CSE 663, Fall 2003

Description Logics

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  1. Woods, William A. (1975), "What's in a Link: Foundations for Semantic Networks" (PDF), in D.G. Bobrow & A. Collins (eds.), Representation and Understanding: Studies in Cognitive Science (Orlando, FL: Academic Press): 35-82.

  2. Brachman, Ronald J. (1977), "What's in a Concept: Structural Foundations for Semantic Networks", International Journal for Man-Machine Studies 9: 127-152.

  3. Brachman, Ronald J. (1979), "On the Epistemological Status of Semantic Networks", in Findler, Nicholas V. (ed.) (1979), Associative Networks: The Representation and Use of Knowledge by Computers (New York: Academic Press): 3-50.

  4. Tranchell, Lynn M. (1982), "A SNePS Implementation of KL-ONE", Technical Report 198 (Buffalo: SUNY Buffalo Department of Computer Science).

  5. Brachman, Ronald J.; Fikes, Richard E.; & Levesque, Hector J. (1983), "KRYPTON: A Functional Approach to Knowledge Representation", IEEE Computer 16(10): 67-73.

  6. Brachman, Ronald J. (1983), "What IS-A Is and Isn't: An Analysis of Taxonomic Links in Semantic Networks", Computer 16(10): 30-36.

  7. Brachman, Ronald J., & Schmolze, James G. (1985), "An Overview of the KL-ONE Knowledge Representation System" (PDF), Cognitive Science 9(2): 171-216.

  8. On CLASSIC:

  9. Woods, William A. & Schmolze, James G. (1992), "The KL-ONE Family" [PDF], Computers and Mathematics with Applications 23(2-5): 133-177.

  10. LOOM Project Home Page

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