Knowledge representation covers techniques for representing and storing knowledge in a way that is usable by a machine, for instance, programming languages specifically formulated for working with knowledge (knowledge representation languages), and databases for storing facts about the world.
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Action Theory Contraction and Minimal Change
Article by Ivan José Varzinczak, postdoc researcher in artificial intelligence at universities in France and South Africa, building on Propositional Dynamic Logic. [PDF]
Conceptual Graphs Home Page
Features introductory material and bibliography, standard notation, events, projects, tools and researchers.
John Sowa on Knowledge Representation
Provides background material and tutorials on ontology and related topics in logic, conceptual graphs, and natural language semantics.
Knowledge Interchange Format (KIF)
A DARPA project. KIF is a language designed for use in the interchange of knowledge among disparate computer systems.
Knowledge Representation Resources
A list of knowledge representation resources, part of the AI Education Repository at the University of Southwestern Louisiana.
Charitable organization concerned with fostering research and communication on knowledge representation and reasoning. Features conferences, educational materials and mailing lists.
Aims to create a framework for conceptual knowledge processing in terms of social structures and a common code base. Features software description and contact details.
A set of tools using Conceptual Graphs formalism for building and documentation of knowledge bases, indexing or connecting elements of WWW-accessible documents.
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