• Computer Science
  • Published 1994

Functional object-types as a foundation of complex knowledge-based systems

@inproceedings{Lucardie1994FunctionalOA,
  title={Functional object-types as a foundation of complex knowledge-based systems},
  author={G. L. Lucardie},
  year={1994}
}
ion Mechanisms Figure 1.2: Matching Object-types and Objects Set of Attributes î Abstraction rvtechanisms Matching is a complex activity (see also Goel, Soundararajan, & Chandrasekaran, 1987). Object-types usually have a complex nature. The same is true for objects (Siebes, 1990). In this thesis, we view the problem of modelling knowledge as the problem of describing or reconstructing the complex nature of object-types and objects. We intentionally use the word reconstruction, because a… CONTINUE READING

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