Using a description classifier to enhance knowledge representation

@article{MacGregor1991UsingAD,
  title={Using a description classifier to enhance knowledge representation},
  author={Robert M. MacGregor and M. Burstein},
  journal={IEEE Expert},
  year={1991},
  volume={6},
  pages={41-46}
}
A specialized technology for reasoning with descriptions that extends the class of useful inferences beyond simple inheritance has been developed as part of the Strategic Computing Initiative of the US Dept. of Defense's Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Loom and the Knowledge Representation Editing and Modeling Environment (KREME), which capture this technology in the form of an inference engine, called a classifier, are described. These systems share the notion that the ability to… Expand
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