What IS-A Is and Isn't: An Analysis of Taxonomic Links in Semantic Networks

Abstract

The cover depicts petroglyphs done by the White Mountain Ute Indians in the late 1800's on a cliff near Vernal, Utah. Cover Photo: Gary M. Smith, Windsinger Enterprises Cover Design: Jay Simpson 12 Guest Editors' Introduction: Approaches to Knowledge Representation Gordon McCalla and Nick Cercone 22 What's Important About Knowledge Representation? William A. Woods 30 What IS-A Is and Isn't: An Analysis of Taxonomic Links in Semantic Networks Ronald J. Brachman 37 The Role of Logic in Knowledge Representation David J. Israel 43 Logic and Natural Language Bonnie Lynn Webber 47 Representational Issues in Learning Systems Pat Langley 53 Determining Type, Part, Color, and Time Relationships Lenhart K. Schubert, Mary Angela Papalaskaris, and Jay Taugher 61 Commonsense Knowledge Representation Based on Fuzzy Logic LoftiA. Zadeh 67 Krypton: A Functional Approach to Knowledge Representation Ronald J. Brachman, Richard E. Fikes, and Hector J. Levesque 75 Representing Structure and Behavior of Digital Hardware Randall Davis and Howard Shrobe 83 Building Knowledge-Based Systems: The PSN Experience John Mylopoulos, Tetsutaro Shibahara, and John K. Tsotsos 90 Representing Knowledge of the Visual World William Havens and Alan Mackworth 99 Analogical Modes of Reasoning and Process Modeling Brian V. Funt 106 Logic Programming as a Representation of Knowledge Veronica Dahl 114 How Complete Are Knowledge-Representation Systems? E. W. Elcock 119 Admissible State Semantics for Representational Systems Jon Doyle

DOI: 10.1109/MC.1983.1654194

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@article{Brachman1983WhatII, title={What IS-A Is and Isn't: An Analysis of Taxonomic Links in Semantic Networks}, author={Ronald J. Brachman}, journal={Computer}, year={1983}, volume={16}, pages={30-36} }