Volume 43, Number 1, July 1995
, Peter G. Polson
: A comprehension-based model of correct performance and errors in skilled, display-based, human-computer interaction.
Volume 43, Number 2, August 1995
Ole J. Mengshoel
: A reformulation technique and tool for knowledge interchange during knowledge acquisition.
: Levels and types of mediation in instructional systems: an individual differences approach.
: Internet: which future for organized knowledge, Frankenstein or Pygmalion?
Volume 43, Number 3, September 1995
: A demonstrational interface for recording technical procedures by annotation of videotaped examples.
Volume 43, Number 4, October 1995
: Strategies of failure diagnosis in computer-controlled manufacturing systems: empirical analysis and implications for the design of adaptive decision support system.
: A model for justification production by expert planning systems.
Volume 43, Number 5-6, November 1995
: Formal ontology, conceptual analysis and knowledge representation.
: Formal ontology, common sense and cognitive science.
: Bimodality of formal ontology and mereology.
: Sheaf mereology and Husserl's morphological ontology.
: Algebraic semantics for natural language: some philosophy, some application.
: ntological domains, semantic sorts and systematic ambiguity.
Jerry R. Hobbs
: Sketch of an ontology underlying the way we talk about the world.
: Towards a causal ontology coping with the temporal constraints between causes and effects.
Thomas R. Gruber
: Toward principles for the design of ontologies used for knowledge sharing?
John A. Bateman
: On the relationship between ontology construction and natural language: a socio-semiotic view.