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Fri Mar 21 17:04:41 2014 UTClccn-n860569330.33Handbook of neuropsychology /0.720.95Knowledge representation in PARKA /107818627James_Hendlern 860569331816555Hendler, J. A.Hendler, J. A. 1957-Hendler, J. A. (James A.)Hendler, J. A. (James A.), 1957-Hendler, JamesHendler, James 1957-Hendler, James A.Hendler, James Alexander 1957-Hendler, JimHendler, Jim, 1957-ヘンドラー, ジェームスlccn-n2007089310Allemang, Deanlccn-n2002010754Horrocks, Ian1958-edtlccn-n95050703Fensel, Dieterlccn-n88299167Domingue, Johnlccn-n95079126Druin, Allison1963-edtlccn-n93102134Kitano, Hiroaki1961-lccn-n90632061Tate, Austinedtlccn-n90632219Allen, James1950-edtlccn-n79004228United StatesDefense Advanced Research Projects Agencylccn-n83182831American Association for Artificial IntelligenceHendler, James A.Conference proceedingsSemantic WebWeb site developmentMetadataArtificial intelligenceOntologyKnowledge managementParallel processing (Electronic computers)RoboticsUser interfaces (Computer systems)Expert systems (Computer science)CognitionPlanning--Data processingComputer scienceLogic designInformation storage and retrieval systemsManagement information systemsData miningWeb servicesOntologies (Information retrieval)Mental health service system reports.--Information systemsSystem designPlanningNetwork analysis (Planning)Real-time data processingAbstractionOperating systems (Computers)ConnectionismProblem solving--Data processingKnowledge, Theory ofAlgorithmsProblem solvingClinical neuropsychologyNeuropsychology195719781982198319851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220042005200620072008200920102011201220133451115252004.678TK5105.88815ocn299402206ocn807040996ocn066022249ocn780998487ocn800303105ocn799781041ocn438746892ocn470037967ocn476093381ocn79748314757224ocn050471421file20020.79Horrocks, IanThe semantic Web-ISWC 2002 First International Semantic Web Conference, Sardinia, Italy, June 9-12, 2002 : proceedingsConference proceedingsThis book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the First International Semantic Web Conference, ISWC 2002, held in Sardinia, Italy, in June 2002. The 27 revised full research papers, 6 position papers, and 7 system descriptions presented were carefully reviewed and selected from a total of 133 submissions. All current issues in this exciting new field are addressed, ranging from theoretical aspects to applications in various fields+-+151289590854127ocn272382238file20070.66Allemang, DeanSemantic web for the working ontologist modeling in RDF, RDFS and OWLThe promise of the Semantic Web to provide a universal medium to exchange data information and knowledge has been well publicized. There are many sources too for basic information on the extensions to the WWW that permit content to be expressed in natural language yet used by software agents to easily find, share and integrate information. Until now individuals engaged in creating ontologies-- formal descriptions of the concepts, terms, and relationships within a given knowledge domain-- have had no sources beyond the technical standards documents. Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist transforms this information into the practical knowledge that programmers and subject domain experts need. Authors Allemang and Hendler begin with solutions to the basic problems, but don't stop there: they demonstrate how to develop your own solutions to problems of increasing complexity and ensure that your skills will keep pace with the continued evolution of the Semantic Web. . Provides practical information for all programmers and subject matter experts engaged in modeling data to fit the requirements of the Semantic Web. . De-emphasizes algorithms and proofs, focusing instead on real-world problems, creative solutions, and highly illustrative examples. . Presents detailed, ready-to-apply "recipes" for use in many specific situations. . Shows how to create new recipes from RDF, RDFS, and OWL constructs+-+910082876540418ocn733936673file20080.59Allemang, DeanSemantic Web for the working ontologist effective modeling in RDFS and OWL"Semantic Web models and technologies provide information in machine-readable languages that enable computers to access the Web more intelligently and perform tasks automatically without the direction of users. These technologies are relatively recent and advancing rapidly, creating a set of unique challenges for those developing applications. Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist is the essential, comprehensive resource on semantic modeling, for practitioners in health care, artificial intelligence, finance, engineering, military intelligence, enterprise architecture, and more. Focused on developing useful and reusable models, this market-leading book explains how to build semantic content (ontologies) and how to build applications that access that content"--Provided by publisher+-+71140387653243389ocn769756125file20110.70Domingue, JohnHandbook of semantic web technologies+-+17647459082999ocn016225105book19880.76Expert systems : the user interface+-+04796484353242946ocn043481710book20000.56Robots for kids : exploring new technologies for learning+-+02405130062415ocn031938752book19940.84Kitano, HiroakiMassively parallel artificial intelligence+-+87566171752139ocn021524065book19900.73Readings in planning+-+25865130063241814ocn015550129book19880.86Hendler, James AIntegrating marker-passing and problem-solving : a spreading activation approach to improved choice in planning1205ocn025709087book19920.90Artificial intelligence planning systems : proceedings of the first international conference, June 15-17, 1992, College Park, MarylandConference proceedings135ocn028509774book19900.90Kambhampati, SubbaraoA validation structure based theory of plan modification and reuseAbstract: "A framework for the flexible and conservative modification of plans enables a planner to modify its plans in response to incremental changes in their specifications, to reuse its existing plans in new problem situations, and to efficiently replan in response to execution time failures. We present a theory of plan modification applicable to hierarchical nonlinear planning. Our theory utilizes the validation structure of stored plans to yield a flexible and conservative plan modification framework. The validation structure, which constitutes a hierarchical explanation of correctness of the plan with respect to the planner's own knowledge of the domain, is annotated on the plan as a by-product of initial planning105ocn016358423book19850.70Hendler, James AIntegrating marker-passing and problem-solving : a spreading activation approach to improved choice in planning92ocn862103570file20110.56Allemang, DeanSemantic web for the working ontologist effective modeling in RDFS and OWL, second edition84ocn223125860book19880.33Handbook of neuropsychology71ocn123123733book20020.81International Semantic Web ConferenceThe semantic Web-ISWC 2002 : First International Semantic Web Conference, Sardinia, Italy, June 2002 : proceedingsConference proceedings+-+151289590862ocn022374996book19900.95Spector, LeeKnowledge representation in PARKAIn addition, we have made efforts to make the intended meanings of PARKA representations clear from the perspective of work in the philosophy of language. The result is practical representation system that can run very quickly on parallel hardware. A specification of the syntax of the PARKA language is provided as an appendix."61ocn024200332book19900.92Hendler, James AMission critical planning : AI on the MARUTI real-time operating systemCritically important is the ability to correctly handle time dependent reasoning (directly modeled on the MARUTI operating system) and reaction, and to integrate such reaction with higher level plans for normal operation or error recovery."61ocn026241624book19900.92Hendler, James AA formal model of abstraction for planningWe demonstrate that such a system provides the necessary model for abstraction, and also show that under certain conditions on the logics used, such a system converges."62ocn024685465book19880.81Hendler, James AProblem solving and reasoning : a connectionist perspective62ocn022375028book19900.81Hendler, James AAI planning : systems and techniquesAs such a task is virtually never-ending, and any finite document must per force be incomplete, we also provide references to connect each idea to the appropriate literature and to allow readers access to the papers most relevant to their own research or applications work."+-+9100828765+-+9100828765Fri Mar 21 15:26:04 EDT 2014batch17898