Representation and Reasoning with Attributive Descriptions

@inproceedings{Nebel1989RepresentationAR,
  title={Representation and Reasoning with Attributive Descriptions},
  author={Bernhard Nebel and Gert Smolka},
  booktitle={IWBS Report},
  year={1989}
}
This paper surveys terminological representation languages and feature-based unification grammars pointing out the similarities and differences between these two families of attributive description formalisms. Emphasis is given to the logical foundations of these formalisms. 

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