Kuipers, Benjamin J.
"A Frame for Frames: Representing Knowledge for Recognition,"
in D.G. Bobrow & A. Collins (eds.),
Representation and Understanding:
Studies in Cognitive Science
(Orlando, FL: Academic Press): 151-184.
The Bobrow & Collins volume contains many other papers of
relevance to KR.
& The KRL Research Group
"Experience with KRL-0:
One Cycle of a Knowledge Representation Language",
Proceedings of the 5th International Joint Conference on Artificial
Intelligence (IJCAI-77, MIT)
(Los Altos, CA: Morgan Kaufmann): 213-222.
This issue of Computer was devoted to KRR; all the
articles in it are online and important. It was later
turned into an edited volume with a few deletions and
a few additions, one of which was the addition of
Shapiro & Rapaport 1987.
A good survey of schema theory, the general notion of which "frames"
Schank's "scripts") are special cases, is:
"Schemata: The Building Blocks of Cognition",
Rand J. Spiro, Bertram C. Bruce, & William F. Brewer (eds.),
Theoretical issues in Reading Comprehension:
Perspectives from Cognitive Psychology, Linguistics,
Artificial Intelligence, and Education
(Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates):