Empirical Investigation of Knowledge Representation Servers: Design Issues and Applications Experience with KRS

@article{Gaines1991EmpiricalIO,
  title={Empirical Investigation of Knowledge Representation Servers: Design Issues and Applications Experience with KRS},
  author={Brian R. Gaines},
  journal={SIGART Bulletin},
  year={1991},
  volume={2},
  pages={45-56}
}
The design and application of KRS, a knowledge representation server in the KL-ONE, KRYPTON, CLASSIC family, are described. The server is designed as an open architecture module that can be used as a stand-alone service or embedded in other systems. It accepts the constraints necessary to make subsumption and recognition tractable, and maintains a careful distinction between definitions and assertions. It is implemented as a class library in an object-oriented language using generic, reusable… CONTINUE READING

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