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Exercise Paper Information Search and Retrieval Graz University of Technology WS 2009 Common Sense Knowledge

@inproceedings{Andrich2009ExercisePI,
  title={Exercise Paper Information Search and Retrieval Graz University of Technology WS 2009 Common Sense Knowledge},
  author={Christian Andrich},
  year={2009}
}
This document is not a deep level resource for commonsense knowledge in computational technology, but it is an orientational overview on the subject. We will show the reasons for use of commonsense knowledge in computation science, and some methods to collect the commonsense knowledge. Furthermore, we will illustrate some practical usages of the commonsense in computational technology. 

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