Volume 6, 1990
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- Norbert Klingbeil, Jonathan Schaeffer:
Empirical results with conspiracy numbers.
- Qiang Yang:
Formalizing planning knowledge for hierarchical planning.
- Ingrid Zukerman:
A predictive approach for the generation of rhetorical devices.
- Steven A. Vere, Timothy W. Bickmore:
A basic agent.
- Peter Y. F. Wu, Wm. Randolph Franklin:
A logic programming approach to cartographic map overlay.
- Patrick Saint-Dizier:
DISLOG: programming in logic with discontinuities.
- Pearl Pu:
Intelligent computer-aided-design systems: a synergical approach of artificial intelligence and engineering.
- Sherman Y. T. Lang, Andrew K. C. Wong:
Building geometric world models with graph synthesis for sensor fusion in mobil e robots.
- Stephanie A. Miller, Lenhart K. Schubert:
- Keith C. C. Chan, Andrew K. C. Wong:
APACS: a system for the automatic analysis and classification of conceptual pat terns.
- Peter van Beek, Robin Cohen:
Exact and approximate reasoning about temporal relations.
- Tomek Strzalkowski:
Reversible logic grammars for natural language parsing and generation.
- Camilla Schwind:
Feature grammars for semantic analysis.
- Fahiem Bacchus:
Probability and logic: a reply to Cheeseman.
- Joseph Y. Halpern:
Let many flowers bloom: a response to An inquiry into computer understanding e.
- Peter Cheeseman:
On the importance of evidence: a response to Halpern.
- Alfred Kobsa:
Modeling the user's conceptual knowledge in BGP-MS, a user modeling shell system.
- Fahiem Bacchus:
Lp, a logic for representing and reasoning with statistical knowledge.
- David E. Wilkins:
Can AI planners solve practical problems?
- Larry A. Rendell, Raj Seshu:
Learning hard concepts through constructive induction: framework and rationale.