Semantic networks: visualizations of knowledge

  title={Semantic networks: visualizations of knowledge},
  author={Roger T. Hartley and John A. Barnden},
  journal={Trends in Cognitive Sciences},
The history of semantic networks is almost as long as that of their parent discipline, artificial intelligence. They have formed the basis of many fascinating, yet controversial, discussions in conferences and in the literature, ranging from metaphysics through to complexity theory in computer science. Many excellent surveys of the field have been written, and yet it is our belief that none of them has examined the important link between their use as a formal scheme for knowledge representation… CONTINUE READING

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