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How To Use What You Know

@inproceedings{Hewitt1975HowTU,
  title={How To Use What You Know},
  author={C. Hewitt},
  booktitle={IJCAI},
  year={1975}
}
  • C. Hewitt
  • Published in IJCAI 1975
  • Computer Science
This paper surveys the state of the art in the development of problem solving mechanisms for PLANNER-like formalisms. A major design goal for such formalisms is that "for any given piece of knowledge there arc natural places in the formalisms to procedurally embed the knowledge MO that it will He used when it is appropriate and not used when it inappropriate." Although this goal is still very far from being achieved, considerable progress is being made. This paper contains no major conceptual… Expand
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