Murray Burke

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Now completing its first year, the High-Performance Knowledge Bases Project promotes technology for developing very large, flexible, and reusable knowledge bases. The project is supported by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and includes more than 15 contractors in universities , research laboratories, and companies. The evaluation of the(More)
In his invited talk at the 1993 National Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Edward Feigenbaum compared the technology of a knowledge based computer system with a tiger in a cage. Rarely does a technology arise that offers such a wide range of important benefits. Yet, this technology is still very far from achieving its potential. This tiger is in a cage(More)
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