Conceptual Graphs for Knowledge Representation

First International Conference on Conceptual Structures, ICCS'93 Quebec City, Canada, August 4–7, 1993 Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-56979-4 (Print) 978-3-540-47848-5 (Online)

Table of contents (24 chapters)

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    Relating diagrams to logic

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    Pages 36-63

    Representation, discourse, logic and truth: Situating knowledge technology

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    Pages 64-74

    Heterogeneous reasoning

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    Pages 75-89

    A comparison between conceptual graphs and KL-ONE

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    Pages 90-105

    The term definition operators of ontolingua and of the conceptual graph formalism: a comparison

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    Pages 106-125

    Implementing conceptual graphs in a RDBMS

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    Pages 126-141

    A conceptual graphs approach to conceptual schema integration

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    Pages 142-161

    Conceptual graphs for relational Databases

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    Pages 162-181

    Inducing a CG representation for basic-level categorization of verbs

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    Pages 182-204

    The representation of linguistic information in an approach used for modelling temporal knowledge in discourses

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    Pages 205-222

    Representing natural language causality in Conceptual Graphs: The Higher order conceptual relation problem

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    Pages 223-237

    Executable conceptual structures

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    Pages 238-253

    Inverting resolution with conceptual graphs

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    Pages 254-273

    Towards domain-independent machine intelligence

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    Pages 274-293

    Efficient retrieval from hierarchies of objects using lattice operations

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    Pages 294-311

    Characterization and algorithmic recognition of canonical conceptual graphs

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    Pages 312-327

    A conceptual semantics ontology for conceptual graphs

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    Pages 328-344

    Acquiring temporal knowledge from schedules

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    Pages 345-360

    Conceptual structures for modeling in CIM

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    Pages 361-380

    Elicitation of taxonomies based on the use of conceptual graph operators

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